Hello there dear reader!! This is my first trip report after my first ever trip to DLR and WDW (although I was mostly there just for WDW) so please have patience and bare with me as I ramble on and try my best to recapture some of the best (and frustrating moments) of my trip! Also I have no idea what I'm doing so good luck to you also for reading this! Introduction Who: My fiance and I (aged between 24-25), two Australians doing our best to figure out how to navigate and understand the rules of tipping in the States. When: November 28th - 18 December (although between Dec 14-18th we were in NYC, lets see if I feel like elaborating much on that portion!) Where: Disneyland for 4 nights, Disney World for 11 nights (split stay at AKV & Poly), NYC for 4 nights Why: I have been obsessed with planning a trip to the World since about 2012. Growing up as a kid in Australia, a trip to Disney in the States was something I could only dream of, although my lucky DFi went to DLR 4 times with his family as a child -envy- because his mother loves Disney, and I probably couldn't marry into a better family! Anyway, in 2012 after I started uni, I started to dream and plan for my future trip to WDW. I almost almost got to go in 2014 (had dates booked for rooms at AKV & BLT!), however life doesn't always go to plan and so back I went to dreaming. I've traveled to other countries abroad and had a great time traveling on my own, and even got to visit Disneyland Paris in 2016 which was so fun! And while I most probably could have made a trip to WDW on my own, I just knew it would be even better if I had someone to enjoy it with (and someone with the patience to just go along with it!) I met my DFi towards the end of 2016, we both love Disney and the rest is history! Well a few events did happen like our engagement last September which was exciting, although he kept saying that he originally planned to do it sometime during our trip but just couldn't wait, oh well! Anyway! I was thrilled to be able to go on this trip and while I did have sooo many plans and expectations, of course these things just fly out the window once you hit the ground running! So hopefully there will be some entertainment throughout this, and see that sometimes you just have to go with the flow!