Many people have grown up with some of the best experiences known to human in existence. Some kids have had the luxury of traveling the world, while others have had the luxury of visiting magical places.
I can't say I've had those experiences at all ... UNTIL NOW! ... but i'm currently an adult.
Imagine being a child who is only 2-3 feet tall, and seeing the world of Disney through their innocent eyes. An experience as such would be completely different as an adult. Either way, waiting to experience Disney World, or any park as an adult was worth it; not that I had a choice at all bahahaaaa.
As a kid, you're at the mercy of your parents. Do they have enough money? Are they too strict about enjoying specific attractions? Is it even cool holding a guardian's hand through a park? However, the experiences could possibly be some of the most magical moments in your life. An innocent, imaginary mind filled with fireworks, real life characters, in a place where getting lost is totally possible.
As an adult, you have options. You can choose the hotel you stay in. You have the freedom to roam the parks at free will. You can enjoy any and all drinks at the magical place. You know exactly what's going on, and when it's scheduled to happen. You can carry a boss ass camera and make memories. Even so ... where's the magic in that? There's a lack of excitement compared to being a little one. Then again, some of us never grow up. Do we?
Heading to DisneyWorld for the first time was exciting. There was so much happiness revolving that entire environment. Epcot, was by far, the most memorable park for an adult like me. It was filled with culture, detailed authentic food, and booze. I was able to see the world in the US; like what?!? Disney pays so much attention to detail it's insane. The firework show at night topped it off magically. Animal Kingdom was phenomenal as well, considering it had the coolest rides (in my opinion, of course). That park was also the hottest of them all, considering you are surrounded by "wilderness."
Magical Kingdom, was indeed, the most magical park I've ever heard of. Being there felt magical. I won't spoil it for anyone but I do have to give credit to Disney on their ability to capture the hearts and imaginations of so many people, including myself. Even so, i didn't feel for Magical Kingdom as much as I would have as a younger kid. Seriously, it just missed the mark for me in relation to excitement, and bewilderment as an adult. Plus, it was filled with kids, and no adult wants to be surrounded by that many kids at once lmao. My opinion, don't judge me.
Didn't make it to Hollywood Studios, so i'll be back DisneyWorld. The transportation between parks made the experience at the hotel amazing, not to mention the awesome adult shopping environment called Disney Springs. I mean, I was 4 minutes away on foot. Loved that.
All in all, Disney World is freaking boss and I can't wait to go again. For now, i need to get lighter because the sun definitely burned the crap out of me. Here are a handful of pics. I have way way way too many to share. Bahahaaaaa 😂😂
Oh Yea...and AVATAR. Totally worth the long wait. My partner in crime was solid.