The Disney Dream

Two weeks ago I found myself sailing away on a dream.
Wow, that sounded really lame.  What I mean is I got to get the hell out of Orlando (city of tourists and crazies and Mickey Mouse) and traded it for the big blue ocean, sunshine, all the soft serve ice cream I could eat, and a nice little sun burn on my upper back.
I went on another cruise.  This time it was a Disney Cruise (so I couldn’t completely get rid of Mickey) and we went to the Bahamas! 
It was a 4 day cruise and we went to Nassau (which is gross),  Castaway Cay (Disney’s private island), and had a lovely day at sea.  
Here are just a few of the highlights:
-We ate massive amounts of amazing food.
-Laid out in the Caribbean sun on a gorgeous beach with blue blue water.
-Had yummy fruity drinks.
-Ate in the fanciest restaurant I’ve ever been in (they even had a “palet cleansing portion. And I totally pretended I was Mia Thermopolis in The Princess Diaries.)
-Took a millions pictures.
-While we were in Nassau, we got taken to a creepy room upstairs where we bought “designer” purses.
-Has a blast with two amazing friends! 🙂
And now for you to actually see the good time that was had by all! 🙂

(The picture above, is the creepy upstairs store we went into to buy said “designer” bags.  We made sure people were actually coming down the stairs before we went up them!)

Above picture: Grand Marnier souffle.  My favorite dessert on the boat!

Yes, a good time was had by all.  And let me tell you. I’m totally cruise spoiled now.  I don’t think I will ever be able to do another cruise line save for Disney.  The boat was AMAZING!  I think Jordan said it best.  She said that if the Titanic and the Great Gatsby were to have a baby, it would be the Disney Dream.
And for those of you who think that a Disney cruise is just for families.  Allow me to enlighten you.  There are a ton of adult only places on the boat, lounges, restaurants, and places on the private island.  If we wanted to be around the families we could, but we could also escape into “adult land” too.  And they are pretty strict on not allowing kids into these adult only areas.  It was literally PERFECT!
Alrighty friends, after my little hiatas, I hope to be back to posting fairly regularly from now on! 🙂

6 thoughts on “The Disney Dream

  1. I loved my Disney cruise!! I went on the Dream too! Now I really really want to go on another one haha. And I totally know what you mean about being cruise spoiled, I definitely think Disney does the best cruises!


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