- Jun 12, 2012
Wow, not sure I could handle it if Jared didn't love Disney as much as me! I hope he comes around soon!We celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary in Disney World last Jan. Like you, I'm a crazy Disney planner. Been planning our next visit in Sep 20 for over 6 months now. Have everything booked, days planned, restaurants chosen, days planned on Touring Plans already (crazy lol).
My hubby is also an avid photographer, only problem, sadly, is that he doesn't share my passion for Disney, so every time I plan a trip, it takes some convincing. But, I just can't do without me dose of Disney magic.
Your next trip sounds exciting. Will this be your first Halloween time trip? Will you be doing a party? And it doesn't sound crazy to me, I tend to come home from a Disney trip and I start to plan the next one, it helps the "Disney blues" you get when you don't know when you'll next be going (which is me at the moment!).
I understand that - with our dollar like it is it's SO much more expensive than when we first started going in 2009. I hope you do get back at some point. I'm glad my pictures can remind you of the fun you had at Disney, that's half the reason I write these reports!Your pictures take me back..*sigh*. Won't be going back for years, unless the US has a recession and everything drops.
I loved Pandora, but was underwhelmed by FOP. I think my expectations were TOO high after all the hype, and it is another screen ride. Still EE is my fave.
I agree with you, Navi River was nice.
Also agree re: don't come to Perth. Many places here way better. Loved Cairns when I went.
I understand your point about screen rides, I know some people prefer a real and tangible environment. I have always enjoyed screen rides simply because, if done well, they create more immersive action than a classic dark ride. But I do miss the realism of seeing things right there in reality. That being said, when Disney combines the two (like they've done in the new Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Shanghai Disney) it is the most amazing thing ever! I hope one day they bring that version of the ride to the US parks because it is the template for the perfect ride. It has a number of fluid and realistic AA figures, amazing indoor dark ride sets, all combined perfectly with really amazing action that you can only get adding in screens. But it's all so seamless! I am hoping that Rise of the Resistance will be a similar type of experience (from what I've heard it will be) which is why I was sooo excited for it (and so bummed to have missed out on seeing it).