The happiest place on earth – Walt Disney World! Let’s face it this vast utopia was designed with children in mind. But that didn’t stop us, two 30-something-year-old, childless adults taking ourselves off to Disney World, Orlando for four jam-packed days of unsupervised shenanigans.
We spent the week hunting down characters, drinking from sippy cups, dancing down Main Street, taking loads of selfies, eating Mickey Mouse shaped waffles for breakfast, skipping lunch, reliving childhood memories, going on roller coasters, dodging millions of strollers and countless stray toddlers, getting sunburnt, waking up at sunrise, only to go to bed well after midnight yet still not quite getting around to seeing everything, watching fireworks, parades and children and adults alike fall in love with the magic of Disney.
“That’s the real trouble with the world. Too many people grow up.” – Walt Disney
Our Hotel: Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
We stayed at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
We were here Three nights
Was it long enough? Not if you wish to see all the parks and Disney Spring
Highlight: Way too many magical moments to single out just one or even two highlights
Tips: Download the Disney World App and make use of Fast Pass – it’s surprisingly FREE. Fast Pass allows you to fast track through many of the rides long queues