As you can guess we were up early and I phoned to mum and dad to say we had moved rooms. I went down to the front desk and a parcel was waiting for me. It was Felix, from the Focker Crocker Exchange! Its a very long winded story that can be found on the DIS but the main idea is that crocs are passed from DISer to DISer to enjoy your holiday with you. You can post their adventures on your return. I had received Felix from a Canadian DISer. Felix was the temporary replacement for Faolan who was missing in action. In the bag along with Felix was a Canada mug, loads of sweets, a postcard showing where they stayed. We were all famished and headed to IHOP for brekkie. That decision was made before we left the UK! I had the breakfast sampler along with my mum and Mels, Holly and Rowan had the Silver Dollar 5 but with hash brown and ham instead of whatever it came with, dad had Sneior Rise and Shine (he has a micro appetite) and not sure what Craig had but it will have been big! Felix seemed to thing there would be leftovers from Dad. Stuffed and excited we headed to Magic Kingdom where we took the ferry across to the entrance. It was absolutely thrilling to be back. There were a few tears well hidden behind my sunglasses. 4 veterans and 3 newbies pose in Main Street As previously decided we all went to Thunder Mountain. There were one or two screams (per second!) from mum but everyone loved the ride so much so that 6 of us went on again. Dad mumbled something about wanting to admire the view (needed a smoke) and left us to scream our way around a second time. Dad chilling out in the smoke zone We headed into Adventureland and outside Pirates of the Caribbean who did we spy? It was no other than Captain Hook and Smee. Felix was fighting to get out of the bag and chase old Hook! Just as we thought we might manage to sneak him in the phot we were busted by Smee who told me off and gave him to a CM to look after. Captain Hook was not impressed that we had tried such a dirty tick but he relented and agreed to have his photo taken with us. Poor Felix, banished from the photo, could only watch and dream of eating Hook Captain Hook giving me a dirty look Next up was POTC which we all enjoyed. The Jack Sparrow characters are so lifelike and us girlies are all big fans! *slobber* Feeling all pirate-y (is that a word?) we tried to look the part in the shop. Some did better then others Holly and my dad looking cool Jack Sparrow, eat your heart out! I think mum has found a replacement! And erm, what can I say about mum and I?? We went through the Treehouse and what a view compared to last time when it was dark. It was great fun. I had reminded the girls about the spitting camel at the exit and they tried desparately to fool their granddad into staning in the right spot. Unfortunately he was on to them so they repsrted to draggin him under the water spray, LOL! Seeing as they were already wet they went and ran about the Tiki Heads. Last time we missed the Jungle Cruise so we headed on over. I have to say that I had read about the patter of the boat pilot and it did not disappoint in its cheesiness. One or two of the jokes took a bit long to sink in. I blame it on the jet lag! A snack break was in order so it was Dole Floats all around from Aloha Isle. They are soo scrummy! We were doing good for time so headed to Space Mountain for fastpasses and while waiting we went to see Carousel of Progress. Everyone enjoyed it but the song drove my dad crazy especially as we would not stop singing it! We went onto Buzz Lightyear. We paired up and poor Craig was the lonely rider. At least he got the high score in his car, hehehe! New for this year was the Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor Comedy Club so this was our next stop. I have to say it was one of the funniest shows I have seen. I will not spoil it for those that have not been but we all left in hysterics and were glad we were not part of the show! We wer feeling peckish now so we had some stuffed pretzels and hotdogs. Still with time before our fastpass we went on the TTA. It was nice to take the scenic tour and a sneak peek of what was to come in Space Mountain. My dad was the only one not to queue for Space Mountain. I was not sure if mum was up for the challenge. I told her it was like Thunder Mountain but in the dark and with attitude. We worked out the car order so that mum was in the middle. OMG! You should have heard the screams. She was right behind me! I think she was a happy medium between excited and ummm, terrified! Well done mum, we are all proud of you! More to come in the next post.