Travel & Leisure

Palo Be Our Chef Cooking Class on the Disney Fantasy

One of the onboard activities Sean and I did on the Disney Fantasy was the Palo Be Our Chef Cooking Class. This unique culinary experience is one of the highlights of our trip.

At a Glance

  • $279 per person
  • Max of 8 participants
  • Only available on the Disney Fantasy
  • 11 am – 2 pm (For our cruise, it was when the ship docked at Falmouth, Jamaica)
  • Must wear closed-toe shoes, long pants, and long hair must be pulled back

Whoa, $279 per person?! Was it worth it?! Read on to see why we loved it.

To be honest, we rarely do any Port Adventures (aka excursions). We love staying onboard to enjoy the ship while everyone is on shore. There’s still a lot to see and do on the ship. Port days are my favorite because the spa is empty, all the common areas are nice and quiet (perfect for photo ops), and you don’t have to wait in a long line for the AquaDuck (haha). Okay, back on track. I mention this because since we didn’t spend money on port adventures, we decided to YOLO and splurge on taking this class.

We found these packages on our bed the day before class. I am a sucker for nice packaging, and these were presented nicely. Included were our invitations, our name tags, and our costumes (chef’s jacket, apron, hat). We tried them on to make sure they fit properly. They were a little big and we probably could have sized down a size, but we decided to just keep them.

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Our Palo Be Our Chef invitations, costumes, and name tags

The next day we put on our costumes and headed to Palo. Our room was located forward and the restaurant is located aft (aka the back). Since it was windy outside we decided to walk through below deck. It was very interesting walking through wearing our costumes… Everyone thought we worked for Disney Cruise Line, even a few cast members. Cast members typically acknowledge you quickly when you make eye contact and they say, “hello” or some other pleasantry with a smile. When cast members saw us it was a quick nod instead.

We got to Palo about 15 minutes before our class started and filled out a health form. We sat and waited in the Meridian Lounge. There were 3 other attendees and 1 was actually a cast member that normally floated between Disney Wonder and Disney Dream. She was there to experience activities that those ships don’t offer. Wait, what?! I want a job that’ll let me do “travel homework!” Hahaha.

We were then escorted into Palo. It was really awesome to see the restaurant “show ready” without any guests inside. I took this rare opportunity to snap a few pictures. I love this restaurant with all of my heart on all 4 of the ships, especially when I dine there for brunch. Quick Disney Cruise history – Palo specializes in Italian fare. The classic ships (Disney Magic and Disney Wonder) were built in Italy. All 4 ships have this restaurant as a nod to Italy. Palo means “pole” as in the pole that gondoliers use in Venice. You can see glimpses of the theme in the pictures below.

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Palo on the Disney Fantasy
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Look at that beautiful view. I love the floor to ceiling windows.
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Do you notice the gondolas in the artwork?
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Palo is so beautiful

We met our chef, Chef Davide. A special guest swung by for pictures, can you guess who it was? None other than Mickey Mouse himself adorned in a chef uniform! We took pictures with Mickey Mouse and also with Chef Davide. I thought it was really cool that the pictures showed up in our photo package folio that we pre-purchased.

Chef Davide led us into Palo’s kitchen. It was really neat to go “backstage!” I have never seen a kitchen cleaner than Palo. The ship is 6 years old now and everything looked brand new! I am sure all of the galleys are just as clean. After a brief tour of the galley we all meticulously washed our hands and slipped on gloves.

Chef Davide demonstrated how to make Margherita Pizza and then we practiced at our stations. All the ingredients were pre-measured and ready to go. The dough was already premixed for us so all we had to do was flatten it and put the toppings on. There were other chefs there to help us along the way.

Chef Davide snapped a few pictures of our cooking class.

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Me making Margherita Pizza
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We look like official cast members, huh?!

After we were done with the Margherita Pizza we washed our hands again and slipped on new gloves. He demonstrated how to make Butternut Agnolotti Ravioli. Again, all the ingredients were pre-measured and ready to go and the noodles were already made. I’ve never used molds before so using them for the first time was kind of cool.

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I laugh at this picture because my raviolis aren’t placed perfectly, but Sean’s are (he’s the analytical one in the relationship. Can you tell?)!

After we were done with the Butternut Agnolotti Ravioli, we washed our hands again and put on new gloves. Chef Carmine, the executive pastry chef, took over and demonstrated how to make Limoncello Tart. There was a lot of “Disney magic” for this dessert. We practiced putting the pastry for the crust into the mold. After the chef reviewed our work, a baked crust “magically appeared.” Haha. Then we added the filling on top.

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Chef Carmine is the executive pastry chef on the Disney Fantasy

I know some may be a little disappointed that they don’t get to actually make the dough, noodles, or pastry. The group I was with didn’t seem to mind. I for one liked that those were already pre-made and that everything else was already pre-measured. Not only due to time constraints, but because it also helps non chefs (like myself) feel like I conquered the kitchen. Hahaha.

We went back to the restaurant and sat at a big table. We took off our costumes and got to keep our name tags. We were then presented with “goody bags.” Included was a brand new costume (chef’s jacket, apron, and hat), a packet with recipe cards (full instructions too! So even though we didn’t get to make the doughs, noodles, or pastry – all the information is provided on the recipe cards), and a sweet folder that had our pictures.

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Chef Lin & Chef Mickey!
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Chef Davide & Chef Lin
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Our lunch menu and recipe cards

We had a glass of bubbly and dined on delicious food. It was the perfect ending to our culinary adventure. Yay for good food and good conversations!

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Our appetizer
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Margherita Pizza
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I love my name tag!
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Butternut Agnolotti Ravioli
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Limoncello Tart
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Gelato Trio

Sean and I thoroughly enjoyed the food adventure. It would be really awesome if the other ships offered something similar OR if Remy had a version of this class. We’d be so down to sign up! To sum it up all up, YES – the $279 per person fee was worth it to us. We got to go behind the scenes, we got to learn how to make something new, we got to talk with cast members, we got to take pictures with Mickey, we got to eat good food, and we got to take home some cool swag.

With Love

Travel & Leisure

D23 Expo 2017 – Tips, Tix, & Our Highlights

I wrote this on my old blog, but I’ve decided to crosspost it to here too. 🙂

We survived our first D23 Expo! When we say survived, we mean WE SURVIVED.
We read a ton of information online before our trip. We wanted to know it all – the good and the bad. There was so much information out there that it became overwhelming instead of being helpful.
We didn’t want to be disappointed by over-hyping the event, so we decided to go into the Expo with low expectations and lots of optimism.
We’ve compiled a few tips that we hope you’ll find helpful.

Tips

1. Stay nearby. It was so convenient to be within walking distance of the convention center. We stayed at Disney’s Paradise Pier and it was about a 15 minute walk to get to the center. It was nice not having to worry about parking. See the parking rates and information about the various parking lots on Anaheim Convention Center’s website… It was enough to deter us from thinking of driving!
2. Wear comfortable shoes. Your feet will thank you!
3. Be prepared for long lines and lots of waiting. We knew there were going to be a ton of people there and I’m so glad we mentally prepared ourselves for it. The crowds were unlike anything we’ve ever experienced before. We waited 2-3 hours each day just to get into the venue, but the lines don’t stop there. There are lines for everything – to go into the exhibits, to go into the stores, to purchase food, to go into the restroom. Some exhibits had minimal wait as the day went by and some exhibits always had a long line (for example – Scrooge McDuck’s Money Bin always had a line!).
4. Bring portable batteries so you never run out of juice. We are so glad they had Wi-Fi at the Anaheim Convention Center. Having wireless data access helped make the time pass by while we were waiting in line. It was spotty at times, but I was so grateful to have it.
5. Bring bottled water. Save money and bring your own bottled water! The letter we received before the Expo said that food and drinks were not allowed, but bottled water is the exception. We also brought light snacks with us and weren’t reprimanded. I was hoping that there would be Disney food at the convention and unfortunately that wasn’t the case! We ate at the Anaheim Convention food courts… The meals were expensive and tasted less than mediocre. There were food trucks at the convention too, but there was a long line to get back through security. We decided to dine at the food trucks for dinner instead. The food trucks were expensive too, but at least the food offerings were plentiful and flavorful.
6. Prioritize what you want to see. Especially when it comes to the panels. Some people wait hours to get into the highly coveted panels, such as the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts panel. While it would have been AWESOME to be there in person and feel the energy of excitement from the crowds, to us it wasn’t worth waiting 4 or 5 hours. We saw all the updates on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram while we were doing other things, so we don’t feel like we missed out on anything.
We wish they presented panels multiple times throughout the Expo, but they don’t. The only presentation that had 2 sessions was A Whole New World of Alan Menken (which was AMAZING!).
7. Save money and leave room in your suitcase for D23 Expo exclusive merchandise. There were a ton of cool D23 Expo exclusive merchandise! The lines to get into the Dream Store and the Disney Store was always at least 45 minutes long to get in. We didn’t buy a lot of things, but we saw people with BAGS AND BAGS of stuff. American Tourister hosted a bag check area and I believe their fee was a reasonable $2/bag for them to hold.
8. Beat the heat – bring a personal fan. We just used paper fans and they worked great. They don’t take up a lot of space and you don’t need batteries for them.

Tickets

There’s definitely an advantage of buying Expo tickets early. This image is from D23’s website:
We bought 3 day tickets during the Early Bird special. I don’t see why anyone would pay for non-member pricing, signing up for the basic tier of D23 is free!
They also have premium “Sorcerer Package” tickets which are pricey at $2,250/ticket. Not sure how many of those tickets are available, but we heard that they did indeed sell out. Check out what is included on D23.

Our Highlights

Voices of Disney Parks panel
Have you ever wondered who the voices behind your favorite Disney attractions are?! This was such a magical experience! My little sister’s favorite ride is “It’s A Small World” and her face lit up when she saw the narrators of the attraction – B.J. Ward and Yeni Alvarez. We also saw Bill Rogers and Camille Dixon. We loved seeing the dynamics between all of the presenters!
View the video on YouTube, uploaded by Inside the Magic.

Once Upon a Time panelOne of our favorite shows of all time is Once Upon a Time. There was no way we were going to miss this panel! The stage host was Jeffrey Epstein and Colin O’Donoghue, Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz graced the stage. It was a cool treat to see Colin sing his song from he Musical episode.

We are sad to see several of our favorite characters go, but we are also excited to see what they do with the show. I’m sure we’ll see each of them in future episodes anyway, in true Once Upon a Time fashion. 🙂

D23 has a great review article on their site and Disney Dwayne uploaded a highlights video on YouTube.

A Whole New World of Alan Menken presentation

The Alan Menken performance was a once in a lifetime experience. Never in our lives did we think we’d get to witness Alan Menken perform in person. He wrote music for The Little Mermaid, Beauty & the Beast, Aladdin, Newsies, Hercules, Tangled, etc.! It was neat learning about his life and learning how some of the greatest songs came to light.

Meeting Charis Lincoln

Okay, I (Lin) have been following Charis on various social media platforms for a while now. My sister and I have always admired her optimism for life. She lives in Alaska too! In North Pole. We’ve always wanted to meet her and we got our chance at the D23 Expo. She is just as bubbly and warm in person as she is in her YouTube videos.

If you need a daily dose of positiveness and happiness, definitely check her out!

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Thomas Kinkade painting

We have several Thomas Kinkade canvases and we added this Mickey & Minnie Mouse canvas to our collection! Thomas Kinkade Legacy artist, Dirk Wunderlich, even signed it.

Fun Photo Opportunities

There were plenty of fun photo opportunities all over the place.

A Honda MINNIEvan!
I really wanted one of these famous Pixar balls!
Don’t let Olaf steer your sleigh!

Was it all worth it?

There is definitely more room for improvement. Our suggestions that could have made the experience better: have a more efficient crowd control system, show panels multiple times throughout the schedule, and tell Anaheim Convention Center to serve better food.

We had a great time overall and we look forward to going again in 2019!

With Love
Travel & Leisure

How To Officially Make Disney Your 2nd Home

What is Disney Vacation Club?

The best explanation of DVC (Disney Vacation Club) is that it’s a vacation ownership program. Dare we say it – yes, it’s Disney’s version of a timeshare. You’ll never hear themselves promote it as a timeshare though. Many timeshares have a poor reputation and people often dismiss the idea once that dreaded word is mentioned. While that feeling is understandable, if you love vacations – especially vacationing at Disney destinations, you may fall in love with Disney Vacation Club like we did. They call it DVC for a reason – you really feel like you’re part of a club!

How many DVC resorts are there?

There are 16, most of which are located on Walt Disney World’s property.

Hawaii
Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas

California
The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

Florida
Disney’s Vero Beach Resort

Florida – Walt Disney World
The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
Disney’s Old Key West Resort
Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
Disney’s Beach Club Villas
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House
Disney’s Animal Kingdo Villas – Kidani Village
Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

South Carolina
Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort

Each are uniquely themed and immerse you into the stories they represent.Check out Disney Vacation Club’s official site to see more details about each individual resort.

How does it work?

You purchase a set number of “vacation points” that are allocated each year until the contract expires. The expiration date depends on your home resort. Some contracts end as early as 2042 and some end 2062. You use your allotment vacation points to “spend” on accommodations. The number of points per night will vary based on what resort you stay at, the kind of room you want (studio villa, 1 bedroom villa, 2 bedroom villa, etc.) and when you decide to go. Disney Vacation Club has 5 distinct seasons – Adventure Season, Choice Season, Dream Season, Magic Season, and Premier Season. We kind of like to equate the Adventure Season as the “value” season whereas the Premier Season is “peak” season.

Here is an example of a Lake View at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows for a Deluxe Studio:

Adventure Season (Jan 1 – 31, Sep 1 – 30, Dec 1 – 14) 20 points
Choice Season (Oct 1 – Nov 20, Nov 24 – 30, Dec 15 – 23) 21 points
Dream Season (Feb 1 – 15, May 1 – June 10, Aug 16 – 31) 25 points
Magic Season (Feb 16 – Mar 24, April 8 – 30, June 11 – Aug 15, Nov 21 – 23) 27 points
Premier Season (Mar 25 – April 7, Dec 24 – 31) 37 points

As you can see, there is a big difference between the Adventure and the Premier Seasons. We like to maximize our points by staying in a Studio Villa and going during the Adventure Season.

An important choice to make is where you want your home resort to be (aka where you buy your contract). It is important because you can book to stay at your home resort 11 months in advance. You can book 7 months in advance for the other resorts.

You can also exchange DVC points to use at RCI accommodations! RCI is another well known timeshare company that has hundreds of resorts around the world. We personally haven’t used our membership to stay at non-Disney properties, but it’s cool that we have that ability to do so in the future.

If you don’t use all of your points in the current year, you can “Bank” them into the next year. It’s a nice perk since some timeshares have a “use it or lose it” mentality! Another neat feature of DVC is that you can borrow points from the following year.

What are the rooms like?

Studio villas are a little bigger than regular hotel rooms and feature a balcony and a well-equipped kitchenette (microwave, fridge, coffee maker, sink, paper plates, utensils). The larger villas have a fully-equipped kitchen (stove, oven, real plates and utensils, etc.) and an in suite washer and dryer.

What are the pros and cons?

Pros

  • Membership benefits! You shouldn’t buy into DVC for the perks, but they sure are nice. Some perks include discounts and member only events. There are discounts on tours, merchandise, special ticketed events, and occasionally even offer specials for theme park tickets.
  • Flexibility and lots of choices.
  • Even if you are staying in a Studio Villa, you can get tokens to use the common area washers and dryers at no extra fee.
  • You don’t have to pay for parking.
  • All of the perks of staying on property – Magic Mornings, included transportation, the “Disney touch,” etc.
  • Vacations and new memories year after year.
Cons
  • Cost. We’re not going to sugar coat it, it is expensive. But what you are getting are countless memories to last a lifetime – and that to us is worth justifying the costs!
  • This doesn’t bother us much, but it may bother other people… Since DVC is meant to be a “home away from home,” you don’t get daily mousekeeping service.
  • YOU MUST BE A PLANNER. Again, this doesn’t bother us much since we love planning ahead. We suggest booking right at the opening window for your best chances at getting what you want. Unfortunately, resorts like the Grand Californian are always difficult to secure since there are only 48 villas total.
  • Possibilities of annual dues increasing. Yes, there are annual dues.

Why did you join Disney Vacation Club?

We’ve always been a Disney couple. When we learned about Disney Vacation Club, we knew it was something that we wanted to be apart of. We love vacationing, especially on Disney trips. We love the perks of staying on property. We love the immersive theming and the impeccable customer service. We love the perks. We love taking our family and friends along. We don’t have kids yet, but when that time comes we want them to love Disney just as much as we do!
We’ve been members since 2013 and we’ve already made countless memories. We’re staying at all the resorts we used to dream about staying at! Disney has always been our second home, and Disney Vacation Club makes that official! =)

Where can I get more information?

We suggest checking out Disney Vacation Club’s official site! You can also order a free DVD guide.
We hope that this gave you a better insight of what DVC is. Feel free to ask us any questions!
With Love
Travel & Leisure

Disney’s Castaway Cay Cabanas

Castaway Cay is pure paradise. If heaven was a place on earth, we are sure that it is Castaway Cay! It’s Disney Cruise Line’s private island and all of the Bahamian and Caribbean sailings include it as a stop on the itinerary. Some sailings even make 2 stops there. We haven’t enjoyed that type of itinerary… yet. 🙂

We’ll write another post about Castaway Cay itself later, but our very first post for our blog is dedicated to the highly coveted cabanas. Castaway Cay is an amazing experience on its own, but having a cabana elevates your experience to a completely different level.

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The Cabanas can be very hard to get… There are only 25 cabanas on the island. 21 are on the Family Beach and 4 are on the Serenity Bay Beach (adults only). Often times they are snatched up by Platinum Castaway Club or Concierge tiers before they are available to other cruisers. This table indicates when you’re eligible for Activity Planning Access:

First Time Cruisers Silver Castaway Club Gold Castaway Club Platinum Castaway Club & Concierge
Begins after your 1st completed cruise Begins after your 5th  completed cruise Begins after your 10th completed cruise
75 Days
prior to sailing
90 Days
prior to sailing
105 Days
prior to sailing
120 Days
prior to sailing

See Disney Cruise Line to view all the benefits of the Castaway Club.

We are currently Silver members, so we can book online activities/port adventures (aka excursions) 90 days prior to sailing. We were always curious about the cabanas, but we were put off by the high prices, which does not include taxes:

 

Family Beach Cabana Grand Family
Beach Cabana
Serenity Bay
Beach Cabana
(Adults Only)
$549 $899 $399
Includes 6 Guests Includes 10 Guests Includes 4 Guests
Additional Guest $50
per person
Additional Guest $50
per person
Additional Guest $50
per person
10 Guests maximum
per Cabana
16 Guests maximum
per  Grand Cabana
10 Guests maximum
per Cabana

We wanted to make our January 2017 trip extra memorable – I was turning 30 years old and we were about to fulfill our Disney Goal of sailing on all 4 DCL ships. We also wanted to see if it was worth the hype and premium price.

So 91 days prior to our sailing, we logged into the Disney Cruise Line portal at 7:55 pm (Alaska is 4 hours behind Eastern time, which is the timezone the website operates on) and I kept refreshing the Internet page like a maniac. THEN IT HAPPENED. OMG – CABANA #9 IS AVAILABLE! I didn’t even waste any extra brain power to see if other cabanas were open – I don’t think I ever clicked so quickly in my life to secure something. I felt so relieved and incredibly lucky that we got one! I imagine that this is the feeling shoe collectors get when they get to buy the design and size they want, haha.

I was stoked about having a cabana on the Family Beach, even though we weren’t traveling with any kids. You get a lovely view of the ship (you can’t see it from Serenity Bay) and it’s near the hustle and bustle of everything.

There are 3 reasons why we think we were able to get the cabana:

  1. Our sail date was in January, aka an off-peak season.
  2. We sailed on a smaller ship, the Disney Magic. It’s smaller than the Disney Fantasy and the Disney Dream ships, so we had less people to compete with.
  3. We have incredible planning skills! We logged in RIGHT when our booking window opened.

If getting a cabana is high on your priority list and you’re not sailing Concierge or a Platinum Castaway Club member, our best advice is to follow the 3 steps above. If you aren’t able to get one, we suggest to check from time to time since people change plans. If you still can’t get one, don’t fret – you’ll still have a great time on Castaway Cay!

What is Included?

  • Private Beach Retreat – you have your own strip of the beach!
  • Comfortable and ample seating
  • Fresh water shower
  • Towels – you don’t have to grab one as you disembark the ship, there are plenty in your cabana
  • Chilled towels – so refreshing to use on a hot day
  • Hammock
  • Unlimited bottled water and soda
  • Fresh fruit and snacks
  • Coppertone SPF products
  • Snorkel Equipment (Family Beach)
  • Floats and Tubes
  • Bike Rental (1 hour) – 1 hour seems short, but it was plenty of time for us to ride around and bike to the lookout tower
  • Sand Toys (Family Beach)
  • Safe – an extra level of security to store important belongings
  • Power outlet – so convenient to be able to recharge your camera and other electronic devices
  • Fan inside the cabana – perfect when it’s too toasty
  • Privacy – the cabanas may look like they’re close together, however they are angled perfectly so you feel like you’re there by yourself

 

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This was hanging on our stateroom door the evening before Castaway Cay. Inside was a pamphlet about what was included with the Cabana as well as information about the island. The envelope also enclosed our wristbands.
On the morning of our big day, we ate breakfast and then disembarked the Disney Magic. We walked to the Cabana check in kiosk and a golf cart whisked us away to our sanctuary. Our cabana hosts were warm and welcoming and gave us a tour of our little slice of paradise.
Our view was so magical! I was stunned by how post card perfect our view of the ship was. It felt unreal to be able to experience it. Our time spent there is definitely one of our most cherished memories together.

 

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The entrance to Disney’s Cabanas at Castaway Cay.
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Our fridge was well stoked with chilled towels, bottled water, Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, and a lovely plate of fruit.
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I think the presentation would have been better if these snacks were in a smaller basket.
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Sorry guys, drinks are an additional cost. They also have drink packages available. With a press of a button, your cabana host will come to take your order.
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Cookies BBQ on Castaway Cay is only a short stroll away.
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We brought our lunches back to our cabana. Look at that view of the Disney Magic!
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A nice supply of tubes and floats ready for your use.
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Such a MAGICal view! See what I did there?
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These chaise lounges were so comfortable.
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Remember to use sunscreen!
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The private beach for the cabanas.
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The Family Beach/non cabana side!
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Sean and I’s thrones. Lol!
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Another view from the hammock.
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Enjoyed a lovely nap on the hammock.
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The view from the Observation Tower.
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1 hour was plenty of time to see around the island.
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I wish I took more pictures of the inside of our cabana! There is also a curtain on the right, so you can have privacy to change into/out of swimwear. Another thing to note – there is no bathroom in the cabana. The restrooms are just a short stroll to get to though.
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Look who we found!
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Jenn took this awesome picture of us!

Was it Worth it?

From a value standpoint, no. $549 for just the 3 of us, not including taxes, was a hard bullet to bite. The cabana rental was incredibly convenient, but it isn’t necessary to have a great time at Castaway Cay.

From a WORK HARD, PLAY HARD, RELAX HARD standpoint, we scream that it’s ABSOLUTELY WORTH IT!

 

With Love