thank you buat yang sudah merespon di post yang sebelumnya, sebagai janjinya gw post nih gambarnya, kira kira mana yang paling lucu, kalo jadi merchandise bagusnya bikin apa ya? Yang comment nanti coba bikin mock-up nya for the next post
Dia de Animal Kingdom e fomos procurar um sorvete.
Confesso igual criança procurando porque vi uma menina tomando um sorvete azul. Não tem como não querer experimentar um sorvete com a casquinha azul kkkkkk
Esse é o Forbidden Mountain Cone que fica na área do Everest.
Uma casquinha azul com sorvete de chocolate e sorvete de baunilha por cima, esses de máquina mesmo. Vem também snowflakes de chocolate branco, azul colorido e uma plaquinha de chocolate com a imagem do pé grande.
É um sorvete bem normal (mas com qualidade Disney né), porém refresca bastante.
Achei bem gostosinho e tomaria sim de novo.
Custou $5,29 e valeu a experiência de enfim tomar o sorvete azul que fiquei invejando kkkkkk
A fun little Disneyland throwback before my next WDW adventure... WDW is forever my home, but I’ve been itching to get back to California! It feels like a parallel universe compared to WDW, but I love the historic factor and the overwhelming nostalgia of Disneyland. And of course, DCA has Cars Land, my one true love❣️Although DAK will always be my no. 1, I think Disneyland has to be a close second! Which park is your home park? What’s your favorite Disney park overall?
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Day 14 of 23 WDW Giant bat at Animal Kingdom. When we say giant, we mean Ginormous! The Malayan Flying Fox, at the Maharajah Jungle Trek is one of the largest bats in the world with a wingspan of close to 6 feet.
This one was way up in the top canopy and most people didn't notice her all curled up black ball that resembled a large seed pod. I had to squeeze into a corner and crouch down to angle my phone up to catch her. After a few moments, my patience was rewarded when she stretched and the light streaming from above and behind her lit up her wings like a glowing light fixture. It was a beautiful sight to behold.
Not all friendships look like they 'match' from the outside – but that doesn't matter at all!
This beautifully illustrated hardcover book by Pavla Hanackova and Ling Dao, 'Amazing Animal Friendships: Odd Couples in Nature', sparks wonderful conversation about celebrating the differences and strong bonds between zebras and birds, sharks and cleaner fish... our loved ones and ourselves 🦓❤️🐦
Say “hi” to Klaas’s Cuckoo (Chrysococcyx klaas)! Like other species of cuckoos, it exhibits a behavior known as brood parasitism: females lay their eggs in other birds’ nests, distributing up to 24 eggs across various nests in a single season. They then fly away, leaving other parents-to-be responsible for incubating and caring for their hatchling. Klaas’s Cuckoo has a wide range across Africa, where it has a preference for forest, shrubland, and savanna habitats.
Photo: Derek Keats