I recommend going to the shark reef at Typhoon Lagoon. It is really scary at first because they have free-swimming sharks in it and manta rays. It is really fun when you are in the middle of it. They say to only swim with your arms so you don’t alert the animals and something went wrong with my swim mask and I started kicking around. It was scary, but fun too! Oh yeah, don’t drink the fish water!!!!! 😀
Taking a break from purging the house to do what I can to get this report finished before it’s back to work/school on Tuesday. 😉
After a long day at Epcot and a good night’s sleep, Stitchy-Poo and I were the only ones up for a breakfast with Chef Mickey and his pals over at the Contemporary. Unfortunately, we were only ever to get a 7:30 reservation slot because Stitchy-Poo had requested an audience with the mouse at the last minute. Grampa decided he’d accompany us to breakfast, so at 7:00, we were headed toward the monorail. Of course, I couldn’t pass up the chance to get some shots of the near deserted Polynesian grounds and lobby.
OK, this day is going to be so much fun to relive. This was our first time EVER to a WDW water park, and the kids and I were pumped.
Now that is my kind of wake up call!! The views are one of my absolute favorite things about staying on Disney deluxe properties. I mean, it may be a little nicer on your wallet to check out the off-property hotels or rentals, but this really says “Good morning!!” the Disney way, doesn’t it??