. Those were my personal favorites. Morocco has a Mimosa Royale and it was good but quite strong. France was again my favorite with escargot and this year an amazing Coq Au Vin. New Zealand had a fabulous meatball in a sort of breadlike bowl and also a scallop. Both really good. Jym was a big fan of Morocco and tried all their dishes as well. They were not full at all so all the guys in the "kitchen" were singing and dancing for each individual customer. Very entertaining. The mahi in Singapore came recommended by a friend but it wasn't my favorite. I think it was Poland where we had a new dish which consisted of mushrooms and cheese on bread with a spicy ketchup on it. Very interesting but the ketchup was very spicy for me. Jym had his blood drawn before we went so he still had the cotton ball taped to his arm which I thought was hysterical. Like he needed an IV of alcohol at some point. We watched the sunset across the lagoon. Where else can you watch the sun set behind the Eiffel Tower…except in Paris??
They have changed the Kim Possible scavenger hunt to a new one which is Agent P. For those of you like me, who have no clue what that is…it’s a Platypus that fights crime or something. Anyway…signs all over say Agent P Adventure. Well after all that wine I was about to take my own Agent P Adventure if you know what I mean! LOL.
Since I was lucky enough to go to this with Gary and Jill on a Saturday and it was ridiculously full I decided to go again with Jym to experience a quieter and less full time. 29 countries and 3.5 hours of eating and drinking around the world. You know every time I go to Disney I always see something new no matter how times I go. It always amazes me. Today I noticed the amazing woodwork above the temple area in Morocco and also another rooftop in China that I never noticed before. I also saw some cool bamboo trees in China which have an almost beaded look to the trunks. They also grow sort of curved in weird ways like Dr. Seuss trees. I wish I knew what they were and how to get some because they are so awesome. Every year I tend to forget which things I really liked especially the drinks and so I think I should note some of my favorites. Japan has a saki strawberry mist, Xante Sunshine which is a cognac with a mix of fruit juices, France has an Eiffel sour which is a frozen drink, Caribbean has a tasty yet overpriced drink called a dragonberry colada