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HK Disney with Corbin

Here we are at the GATES OF FUN. Can you read Hanyu xiezuo (Chinese writing) Corbin?

Next stop is the Mad Hatter's Tea Cups ride. I hope you didn't get too dizzy! If you did, I know an ancient Chinese remedy for that - Ginger!

What day at Disneyland is complete without a meal with the Princesses. Mulan is really popular here. But this statue of Cinderella and her Prince Charming is where we sit to enjoy a Hong Kong treat - Egg Waffles, or Gei Dan Jai. They are yummy!

Here we are visiting that most famous Go-GO (dog) on Lantau Island, Pluto! He gave us some really good tips for lunch - he suggested we try Miantiao (NOODLES!).

We are at my most favoritest ride in all of Hong Kong Disneyland (or any Disneyland for that matter) - It's A Small World.
I can's say this any better than Robert Sherman 
did when he wrote

Click here to see the ride
it's a world of laughter, a world or tears
its a world of hopes, its a world of fear
theres so much that we share
that its time we're aware
its a small world after all

its a small world after all
its a small world after all
its a small world after all
its a small, small world

There is just one moon and one golden sun
And a smile means friendship to everyone.
Though the mountains divide
And the oceans are wide
It's a small small world

To close out our visit to HK Disneyland, we pose by the famous flower portrait of MIKE - EH (Mickey Mouse)!

I wrote a little poem in honor of our trip to Hong Kong Disneyland:

                HK Disneyland
                Disneyland HK
                Let’s go on a Dream Date
                Corbin, what do you say?

I hope you had as much fun as I did spending the day with you CORBIN!