Monthly Archives: July 2015

30 Day Disney Challenge 20 – Favourite Villain

My favourite villain has always been very sure in my mind, because she was one of the most evil villain of all and did everything she did for very little reason at all. Maleficent. Now, don’t get me wrong, this

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30 Day Disney Challenge 19 – Would you ever run one of their marathons?

Just a quick blog for today, because the answer is pretty simple. I don’t really think I’ll ever want to. Reason number 1 – I don’t really like running all that much. Saying that, I’d happily walk one. Reason number

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30 Day Disney Challenge 18 – Would you ever want to work there?

When you have such a strong love of something, you automatically wonder whether you could make your entire life revolve around it. And if you live Disney, then why shouldn’t you contemplate working there? Once upon a time I did

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30 Day Disney Challenge 17 – Is it worth the expense?

Now, it is hardly astonishing that Disney is not cheap. Nor is it really very surprising that all the new developments with magic bands and other added extras can only be used when staying on property. If you’re going for

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30 Day Disney Challenge 16 – What would I go to a park specially to do?

Many special events happen inside the Disney parks, be it celebrations of national holidays or the annual theme of celebration each year. But every so often a park reaches a big anniversary – only this year has it been Disneyland’s

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30 Day Disney Challenge 15 – Favourite Song from a Ride

Disney’s rides are often characterised by their good tune, even if it isn’t from a movie. It could easily be said that what makes Splash Mountain so enjoyable is Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah and equally the Winnie the Pooh right wouldn’t be as

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Thoughts on the Preservation of Old Documents

I would like nothing more than for people to be able to easily research their own history, or whatever history they like. However, I wouldn’t wish such documents to be fully digitised and therefore seemingly devalued. I think that is

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