Watch the faces of people walking through the gates of a Disney park, and you’ll realize there is a universal trait. Everyone is smiling. I tend to believe it’s because you know what kind of day you’re in for.
For the young, they’ll see their favourite characters come to life and (if they’re patient) even give them a hug or an autograph. For the young at heart, it’s a chance to relive the simplicity of childhood – where, if for a daythey can worry about nothing.
On Friday, March 4, as I walked through the entrance of Hong Kong Disneyland, a smile spread across my face. But that smile was not for the same reason as so many of the other visitors that day. I was finally able to cross an item off my bucket list.
Anaheim, Florida, Paris, Tokyo and now, Hong Kong. I was able to say I had been to every Disney theme park in the world.
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