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... but it was incredibly busy there, so that can stay on the bucket list for another visit!
Hayley and I faced our It’s a Small World fears after lunch, the ride as creepy and annoying as I recall. I think I fared better than she did though, the lips moving on the dolls particularly freaking her out. We do appreciate the irony that Small World was more frightening than Haunted Mansion however, which turned out to be simply naff. It even got stuck ...
... were overwhelmed with how many people
there were. If this was low season we would hate to see peak times. There was a
sea of people, hundreds of prams and even more people on mobility scooters
riding around that would just run you over. I have to say I really didn’t find
it the happiest place on earth and we both agree that Magic Kingdom was not our
favourite park although we did get to meet some characters and enjoyed riding
some classic rides like ...
... However Elaine, David and family surprised me with a birthday cake, which was lovely, although the attendants heard them singing "happy birthday" and brought me another "It's My Birthday" badge, which I dutifully wore.
Dear God, save me from the badges.
I've just read the above to Min and she says I'm a miserable old bugger and that everyone else thoroughly enjoyed having a cabana and would be happy to do it again. As Sylvester the Cat ...
... in her chair in the window, waving to her royal subjects, she was transformed into a glittering, sparkling princess. She got to choose her own make up colours (I was a little worried when she chose pink and green eyeshadow, visions of an Abbaesque princess flashed before my eyes), but FG did a fab job and while still prattling on about Princess jasmines pet elephant or what Prince Eric bought Ariel for her birthday she made one little girls dream come true. With one final wish and ...
... and rode the red then the blue in quick succession. We were, however, a little pee’d off when a group of kids (on a trip with the church no less) found it acceptable to push ahead of us in the queue. It’s not very Christian and it really upsets my British sensibilities haha. We had a good old wander through the Harry Potter theming - I really feel in my element here – and popped into the Hog’s Head pub for a couple of frosty glasses of Butterbeer. ...