Who am I?
For thirteen years (and counting), I have been visiting Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, making on average 4 to 6 multi-day trips per year. Although I am based in the Caribbean and not Florida, I have been an Annual Passholder for five years and have experienced all four of the Walt Disney World parks in all four seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. So, you could safely say that I know all of the ins and outs of Walt Disney World. If you’re bad with faces, the easiest way to recognize me in the parks is by either my ear hat or my Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom book (both seen above). So, if you see someone carrying/wearing either of those items, feel free to say hi!
About the Blog
This blog began in 2016, as a product for the MYP Personal Project. The project required that we choose something that we’ve always wanted to do, but never had the time. After observing a multitude of guests who have walked into the Disney Parks with no clue as to what they are doing, I decided that I wanted to help out. The purpose of this blog is to inform first-timers, or even returning guests who haven’t been to the parks in a while, on how to navigate Walt Disney World, because take it from me, you cannot go into the parks unprepared. That being said, you can’t be over-prepared either. This blog will help you find the perfect balance, no matter if you’re a family, a group of friends, or even just a couple.