So we took a Disney Cruise to Nassau and the Disney Island of Cast away Cay. And here is my top 10 reasons why this was an amazing family vacation.
Well everyone that has been on a Cruise always talks about the food. And yes it was amazing not having to cook or clean.
plus we loved our server
Well Blake and I work all the time we do not get to go out to the movies a lot. And I know we would not have gone to see Tangled in theaters if it was not being shown on the boat at 12:01 the day it came out on.
And it was such a GOOD movie I loved it!
The day we spent on Castaway Cay they had a 5k run at 8:30am. I did not know about this before the cruises but I really wanted to run so I took my mom's shoes (I'm a size 9.5 and she is an 8) and Jari's shorts and got ready for the race. Blake got up with me and I thought he was just going to walk me to start because he had flip-flop's and swim trunks on. I still did not know he was planning on running till the race almost started. He began the race in flip-flop's then went to just his bare feet. If you do not think that is crazy he also came is 3rd, I came in 4th. (He has never past me in a race before)
but it did not come with out blister...
The first night Jari and Adam got on a family game show. It was a lot of fun, they almost won but there was a family full of Disney fanatics that took the gold. Silver was okay.
Junkanoo well we had not idea what this funny word was before we went on our cruise but after a tour and a little history lesson we soon realized how cool the Bahamian tradition is.
I loved learning about the cloture but we also toured many of the forts and learned about the history of the City.
|the Queen's staircase|
The Disney Magic
Every night there was a show to go see before dinner. Not only was it family friendly it was amazing. The singing, the dancing, the way they could change the stage for every scene, and having all the characters. What else it there to love?
Disney does it right... need I say more.
being with the family
|We got to see them build this Ginger Bread house over the 4 days we were there.|
|This is for our friends that live up north...|