The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot

It has officially been one week (and a bit) since I touched down in Orlando, Florida and started my journey working for the mouse. I can’t wait for this adventure to take off soarin’ and for the Disney magic to touch my heart in every way possible. I can tell you now that Walt Disney World really is the happiest place on earth.

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

Last week, a few of my gorgeous new friends and I kicked off our journey beginning with Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival. Once a year, Epcot puts on a fabulous display of colourful flowers and hedge designs and we just so happened to be arriving during the festival!

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

The Pretty Faces and Flowers of Epcot - Pearls and Polkadots

Epcot is a pretty wide spread park and in my opinion, really fun for adults. Not only do you get to experience worlds of culture, pretty gardens and great food, the atmosphere is set more for the older age group, rather than the kiddies. It is definitely a place I love to spend time. My favourite part about this park is that you can literally travel around the park in an hour – you see so many different dishes and decor, from fruit sushi to yummy Moroccan food – simply amazing.

As you can probably tell, we had a pretty fun day/night at Epcot! It was absolutely gorgeous and the food was amazing. My favourite is a tie between the California maki rolls in the Japan pavilion and the chocolate macaron ice cream sandwich in France – both so well done and totally worth  the money!!

There is a little magic in every park, but in Epcot there is magic, food, and culture – three things that compliment each other very well.

What’s another magical thing? I get to be on this journey with another one of my fab bloggers – Annie from FabIncBlog and a truly unique and talented photographer and vlogger – Jessica from Jess Ruby and Jessica Ruxton Photography

Photo Credit: Jessica from Jessica Ruxton Photography

Keep up with the magic on my Photo Journey Page!

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