Today, I am celebrating five years of marathons, half marathons, sore muscles and countless hours of training at Disney's 20th anniversary of the WDW Marathon. My first marathon was the 15th anniversary of WDW Marathon. It seemed only fitting to celebrate my ...Read More
I was a runner for years, but I never had plans to do a marathon. I heard all the horror stories of runners vomiting and peeing on themselves (and worse), collapsing at the end, carted off in ambulances from heat ...Read More
Aquatica is not just any waterpark, it’s an adventure attraction. Playful South Pacific animal hosts invite you to partake in their water wonderland of water slides, wave pools and shady cabanas.
Thrill seekers can scream their way through mazes of fast ...Read More
Fireworks are the ultimate celebration extravaganza and also one of the hardest things to photograph. Luckily, living around theme parks allows me the chance to practice any day of the year.
Starting off is always the hardest, but number 1 tip: ...Read More
A child's idea of Easter is Easter egg hunts and the mysterious Easter Bunny leaving baskets of chocolate bunnies and jellybeans. But to a Disney Chef, it's a special day to take iconical shapes and create masterpieces.
The Little Mermaid
A ...Read More
For 3500 years, humans have been making glass products as ordinary as a water glass to as intricate as Swarovski crystals. Glass is part of our heritage and traditions. Jewelry, watches, Christmas ornaments, Champagne flutes to toast to the New ...Read More
Winter Park is a beautiful retreat from the hectic pace of the Orlando theme parks. Established in the mid 1800s, Winter Park became a favorite escape for Northern snowbirds. Today it’s an upscale, tranquil community with high end shops and ...Read More
There are a ton of “natural” attractions to do in the Riviera Maya.
So why Xel-Ha?
It may not have colorful corals, but it’s a great place for your family and friends to practice their snorkeling skills, gives them comfort in seeing ...Read More