I think that most of this is pretty self-explanatory (I mean, hello, Disneyland). Dad and I stayed at the Disneyland Hotel, even. We spent 2 nights at the hotel, but only one day at Disneyland, which was actually plenty because that park in Hong Kong? Tiny. Also these pictures are not really in order because there were two cameras involved (my camera was, naturally, set to Taiwan's time, while Dad's was set to America's) and I'm too lazy to fix this issue right now.
These guys were pretty funny and rather talented. Just rocking out on Main Street USA, Hong Kong Disneyland.
This is the area where the characters were. They had the topiaries shaped like the animals in the old Fantasia. Awesome!
Now we're back at the entrance of the park, before we had even gone inside. Look how happy Dad is!
This is for you, Mom.
And this fountain was based off of the new Fantasia. SO CUTE!
I am copying Donald here, if you couldn't tell.
Stay off the wall! (If you ever worked at Entrance in DL, you understand this.)
Mickey and Minnie were in this little pavilion.
This picture is for the castle
which was beautifully decorated for the holidays, of course.
My traditional picture at Snow White's wishing well
Instead of Turtle Talk with Crush, they have Stitch Encounter, with showings in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English, alternating every 15-20 minutes (or something like that).
Hong Kong Disney also has Toy Story Land, which had just opened up. It was super crowded there (but not so much anywhere else in the park), so we didn't go on any of those rides. But it was still quite fun taking pictures.
Dino hands. Inside Joke for the Berhan girls. And anyone else that has noticed.
More Jungle Cruise! (I told you these weren't in order):
In Hong Kong, they have Liki Tikis instead of the Tiki Room.
From the train
This is an amazing miniature house that I would LOVE to own. The electricity actually worked, and the furnishings were awe-inspiring. Ignore the creepy face in the mirror/glass reflections.
This is from the hotel. These chandeliers were gorgeous. I wouldn't mind having one of these, too, except for the fact that just one is the size of my living room, so that would be a little awkward. But probably a great conversation starter, you have to admit.
Back to the park!
Pluto was wearing a Chinese hat, so of course I had to get a picture with him. Best Pluto Ever!
Sadly, Small World was closed.
Disney has their own MTR line, and the cars are quite magical. Check out the windows, yo.
And that concludes the trip to Disney!
"I think I know how it is to be grown up; it's when you feel how someone feels that isn't you." -Frances Griffiths