Kid at heart in Disneyland

Aside from the endless photowalks, the trip to Disneyland was one that I was totally excited about. So after shopping at Harbor City, we quickly deposited our things back at the apartment and then sped off to the nearest MTR that will take us to Sunny Bay Station. When we got off the train, we’re glad the sun was shining brightly—that means we can enjoy the rides and the attractions! Also, we didn’t mind our aching feet (they’re sore because of too much walking), it’s going to be one fun afternoon!

The park greeted us with a medley of familiar Disney tunes—Aladdin’s A Whole New World, Beauty and the Beast, and The Little Mermaid’s Under the Sea. By the time we entered the gates and took the traditional photo ops with the Disney Castle as background, we’re lost.


One thing I’m thankful for? I totally enjoyed the thriller rides! If I didn’t try those rides in Enchanted Kingdom during our office outing, I would just have contented myself with photowalking Disneyland and forever wondered if I can challenge my fear of heights and lurching rides. Hahahaha! J

We began with Grizzly Bear Mine whatever that ride is called. One thing’s sure, it’s a mini roller coaster reminiscent of EK’s Space Shuttle. And then we lined up for Mystic Manor which reminds me of Ben Stiller’s Night at the Museum. The relics inside were brought to life after the monkey (forgot his name) touched the music box. After the Manor, we went straight ahead to Toy Story Land. I really loved this place—there are giant wooden blocks and Slinky’s so huge and all the other toys as well. We rode the RC Roller Coaster—similar to Anchor’s Away + Space Shuttle, which was a total winner. By the time we got into Fantasy Land where all the Disney Princesses are placed, we settled for the Carousel and took some nice photos. Finally, we went inside a beautifully-lit castle which played a medley of It’s A Small World. For all the effort made to make this ride and all the cute and fancy childhood memories it brought to my heart, this was one for the books.





We capped the night shopping for some goodies from the Disney store and watching the fireworks display. I was close to shedding a tear or two when the medley of Disney songs was played along with beautiful fireworks display, if not for the sudden rain shower. Hehehehe! It was truly one magical night. :) Check my photoblog for more HK Disneyland photos!


One less lonely girl. :D

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felix felicis: Kid at heart in Disneyland

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Kid at heart in Disneyland

Aside from the endless photowalks, the trip to Disneyland was one that I was totally excited about. So after shopping at Harbor City, we quickly deposited our things back at the apartment and then sped off to the nearest MTR that will take us to Sunny Bay Station. When we got off the train, we’re glad the sun was shining brightly—that means we can enjoy the rides and the attractions! Also, we didn’t mind our aching feet (they’re sore because of too much walking), it’s going to be one fun afternoon!

The park greeted us with a medley of familiar Disney tunes—Aladdin’s A Whole New World, Beauty and the Beast, and The Little Mermaid’s Under the Sea. By the time we entered the gates and took the traditional photo ops with the Disney Castle as background, we’re lost.


One thing I’m thankful for? I totally enjoyed the thriller rides! If I didn’t try those rides in Enchanted Kingdom during our office outing, I would just have contented myself with photowalking Disneyland and forever wondered if I can challenge my fear of heights and lurching rides. Hahahaha! J

We began with Grizzly Bear Mine whatever that ride is called. One thing’s sure, it’s a mini roller coaster reminiscent of EK’s Space Shuttle. And then we lined up for Mystic Manor which reminds me of Ben Stiller’s Night at the Museum. The relics inside were brought to life after the monkey (forgot his name) touched the music box. After the Manor, we went straight ahead to Toy Story Land. I really loved this place—there are giant wooden blocks and Slinky’s so huge and all the other toys as well. We rode the RC Roller Coaster—similar to Anchor’s Away + Space Shuttle, which was a total winner. By the time we got into Fantasy Land where all the Disney Princesses are placed, we settled for the Carousel and took some nice photos. Finally, we went inside a beautifully-lit castle which played a medley of It’s A Small World. For all the effort made to make this ride and all the cute and fancy childhood memories it brought to my heart, this was one for the books.





We capped the night shopping for some goodies from the Disney store and watching the fireworks display. I was close to shedding a tear or two when the medley of Disney songs was played along with beautiful fireworks display, if not for the sudden rain shower. Hehehehe! It was truly one magical night. :) Check my photoblog for more HK Disneyland photos!


One less lonely girl. :D

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