If you missed my first Disney Dream post, you can find it here. There I talk about embarking on Disney’s newest cruise ship.
On Thursday morning we docked at Castaway Cay, Disney’s own private island in the Bahamas. Here’s the view we saw when we woke up and stepped out on our verandah.
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Undoubtedly you have heard about the new Disney movie, The Princess and the Frog, that will be coming out next month. Everyone is extremely excited about Disney’s first African-American princess and want to support the milestone.
HINT, a delicious fruit flavored water that doesn’t have any sugar or artificial sugar, has created a branded bottle in celebration of the Princess and the Frog in their Blackberry flavor. These HINT Disney bottles will be available at select stores throughout the country.
Additionally, HINT is giving away two tickets to see The Princess and the Frog every day between November 11- December 28. Visit www.drinkhint.com to enter.
One thing I learned after visiting Disney World twice as a mom blogger is there are some extremely savvy moms who know the park and everything it offers like the back of their hand. They know everything from when to get the best deals for family vacations to Disney World to where to take your children to eat in the park if they have food allergies. These Disney moms are amazing! If you have a question about Disney World, they have an answer for you. Disney has tapped these moms and their collective Disney knowledge to help travelers from all over the world make the best of their vacations.
Each year, Disney World ushers in a fresh group of moms and dads who love sharing their deep knowledge of Disney World and now is the time to apply if you would like to join the panel for 2010.
“As a member of the Moms Panel, I have an amazing opportunity to help guests plan Walt Disney World vacations and craft trips that yield memories lasting a lifetime,” said Tanya McNally, a panelist and mother of two from Basking Ridge, N.J. “As a special needs mom, I know firsthand that each family’s vacation is different, and I feel most rewarded when I make tangible contributions to families with diverse backgrounds, budgets and abilities to plan trips as unique and wonderful as they are.”
Want to be a Disney Panel Mom in 2010? The process is competitive, but if you think you have what it takes, I encourage you to apply! Visit www.disneyworldmoms.com/2010. Applications will be accepted until September 20 or until 25,000 applications have been received. Good luck!