I have sunburn on my nose and blisters on my feet. Lots of blisters. There are little tiny geckos running around everywhere and while I think they are adorable, I am really hoping that one of them doesn't jump on me.
I was on safari in the Animal Kingdom. I saw the Muppets in 3D. I flew in a hang glider over the Golden Gate Bridge. And I threw up after wobbling off of Mission: SPACE. That wasn't one of the high points, but it was memorable. I should have listened to the 4th or 7th warnings about bailing out if you are prone to motion sickness. Who knew? I do now. In the future if anyone asks if I am bothered about spinning clockwise at the speed of light in a darked, enclosed space, I will definitely raise my hand and quickly step out of the queue.
I love amusement parks. They're in my blood. But I didn't expect to love Disney so much. The diverse cast of thousands went out of their way to ensure that the magic was seamless. Litter was spirited away almost as it hit the ground. They have crowd control down to a science. At times of the day when the queues for the most popular attractions are longest, suddenly a parade or street performers would appear.
It was diabolically hot and outragrously expensive. At times you really had to look to see where the attractions ended and the merchandising began. There were far too few water fountains. And let's face it, the heads on some of the Siamese Dolls in It's a Small World looked like they were about to fly off. But what a wonderful place! It's fantastic. It's incredible. If it is not the happiest place on earth, it deserves credit for trying. I loved it.
Just one thing though, I am more than a little creeped out that they keep taking my fingerprints. The nice young woman at the gate assured me that they deleted the information after the passes expired. Can I get that in writing?