Day 1 - A Day of Coasters! Just got back to the apartment after day 1 of 2 days at Energylandia, the park was open from 10-6 and was relatively quiet, with 20 minute waits being the biggest across all the coasters. The day starts off with a brilliant entrance show and music to get you ready for a fun filled day! I started my day off with a back row ride on Zadra, with a very loose restraint. I’d been waiting for this moment, to ride an RMC for a long time! And boy it didn’t disappoint!... although slower in the morning it still hauls and is something else towards the end of the day, the first drop is incredible, but before you can contemplate what’s happened your slammed into the side of the train with a strong Lateral hill and then what I surprisingly found the weakest part of the ride, the turnaround... I was expecting so much more in terms of intensity from that element, but any disappointment is soon wiped away as you dive back down the coasters second drop, twisting left and right it delivers a strong feeling of sustained floater air, before entering an amazing Zero G Stall, which in a way is a calm moment to catch your breath before you speed round into an insanely whippy wave turn, that give great air towards the front but I found not as much at the back. The ride then enters what I consider the most typical RMC section of the ride, a great variation of a zero g roll sends you into a strong ejector double down and a pop of air on the S bend and flies into the final inversion, and hits the brakes harder than I’d ever imagined. Overall an impressive coaster with a great mix of forces and elements that flow absolutely perfectly. Hyperion was next on my list and advertised a 10 minute queue. I entered the queue line with lower expectations than Zadra, but it really did deliver to a point where I’m kind of swaying towards Hyperion over Zadra. Once that lift chain starts it wastes no time getting you to the top of the hill and then before you know it your diving down this never ending drop, full of amazing floater air. You then fly into what is probably the best airtime I’ve ever experienced with a huge ejector hill! And then the insanely whippy dive loop is fantastic, especially on the outer seats. You then enter what is the deadest part of the ride being a floater hill, that could really have done with being tighter to give a stronger pop of air. The low to the ground section of the ride is breathtaking too, with snappy transitions, very intense corners and great pops of air into the brakes. Another coaster highlight of the park is Formula, it has a great little layout, with some nice positive and negative forces throughout, and a nice punchy launch. Dragon coaster is also a brilliant family coaster with great theming and surprising intense towards the back. Today was just a day for getting on the coasters for me (Zadra 9, Hyperion 4, formula 2, dragon, Frida and boomerang... oh and Mayan the SLC which is still awful with vest restraints) ,expect more in terms of the overall park experience From my day 2 review, tomorrow. But if it’s coasters you love then this is a great option to visit, it has a good range of family and thrill coasters but could do with another to bridge the gap between. Hope you enjoy reading Day 1 of my trip review everyone.