Hong Kong Disneyland

 A dream is a wish your heart makes

When you’re fast asleep

In dreams you will lose your heartache

Whatever you wish for you keep

Have faith in your dreams and someday

Your rainbow will come smiling through

No matter how your heart is grieving

If you keep on believing

The dream that you wish will come true


I always get a LSS (Last Song Syndrome) with those words every time I watch one of the fave Disney movies of my nephew. He’s barely 2 years old, handsome as ever, when we first reached the magical kingdom. As for me, I got a pressure in my profuse cardiac internal bleeding (Oops, did I just write that?). It’s obvious, Disney Hong Kong has been the dream of the ambitious kid inside me. To witness this day was such a prayer come true. Who would imagine that I’ll reach this place without a detailed itinerary? There were a number of circumstances that didn’t pass in vain to reach this long forgotten dream. It’s a pleasure to finally step into this magnificent masterpiece after a quick consideration.

Walt Disney’s passion delights an Asian region including my clan. For all those colors and all those bricks, one can be truly bewildered. My eyes didn’t stop to reconsider every corner. My smile, as wide as Joker in Batman. Yes, extra inches as if it touched the tip of my ears. My bloodstream was wildly dancing even when I resolved calming myself, acting like I was not struggling with overjoyed moments. All the rights to jump and shriek belong to my nephew. But I think I stole it from him. I was greatly affected by splendid diverse surprises! The Disney Character’s parade was pretty awesome. And the fireworks at the end of the tour was the highlight of them all. For the first time, I was child-like again. Tendonitis was quite excited too. My left foot was limping every time I pressed it on the floor. I brushed the pain and preferred to enjoy the RC Racer a.k.a. the adrenaline rush attraction, and of course, more “crazy” rides like Toy Soldier Parachute Drop, Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, and the best among the rest (which I’m very proud of), Cinderella Carousel.

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