Disney's Magic Kingdom and Epcot (Disney World)

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"When you wish upon a star
Makes no difference

who you are
Anything your heart desires
Will come to you" - Jiminy Cricket (Pinocchio)

Walter Disney with Mickey Mouse

Katrina officially turned 26 in January and I decided to treat my sister to Magic Kingdom, then end our night at Epcot. This has been a long time dream for my sister, since she was 11 years old, she has longed to visit Disney World since we stepped foot here in America.

Kat-Kat and I celebrating her birthday

Once we entered Main Street USA, we both felt a sense of nostalgic in the air. The surrounding is just like an old fashioned American town in the 1910. There were lots of stores around that sold merchandise, and delicious places to try out. In a distance if you keep going straight to Main Street, you can see Cinderella's castle.

Wooooooo!!! Princess for the day!

At around 3 p.m. Kat and I got a front view of the Festival of Fantasy Parade! We also had a front row view so we got to see an ton of Disney characters. All of the characters basically went around the park so everybody has a chance to see them.

Mickey and Minnie Mouse

Pinocchio

Princess Ariel

Maleficent and Prince Philip

The dashingly handsome Prince Philip!

Prince Naveen and Princess Tiana

Princess Belle and Beast 

Goofy with Chip and Dale

Pluto greeting everyone

Cast Members wearing colorful costumes

Wendy Darling from the movie Peter Pan

Princess Merida

After the parade we went back to trying out all the rides in Magic Kingdom. We both rode Space Mountain, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (my favorite hehehe) It's a Small World, Splash Mountain, Haunted Mansion, Dumbo The Flying Elephant, Peter Pan's Flight, and Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover.

Fun fun fun! However it doesn't stop here!

Epcot:

Finally we left Magic Kingdom and rode the Disney Monorail to Epcot. This is probably my most favorite place to hangout and do my shopping!

The iconic Spaceship Earth ride!

Performs at the Italy Pavilion

Neptune, Roman God of the Sea at the Italy Pavilion

Japanese Pagoda and koi pond at the Japan Pavilion

Kois at the Japan Pavilion

Funnel cake with vanilla ice cream and apples at The American Adventure

Beautiful fireworks by the end of the night at Epcot!

Before we completely left, Kat and I purchased a few things at Mitsukoshi department store located in the Japan Pavilion. We got a bento, 2 chopsticks, snacks, and a cute Maneki-Neko! The cat we got was pink which represents love, relationships, and romance!

Maneki-Neko that's now hanging out inside our car

Hope you guys enjoyed this update! ^_^

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