Friday, 11 April 2008

It's a small world after all.

One kind of Small World - Little Fish enjoying the Magic Kingdom. You can't see her face because she was in no mood to face the camera - but instead sat absolutely transfixed watching all the many dancing dolls, hands beating out the rhythm of the song, mouth wide and sheer and utter awe on her face. And then the ride stopped, and we had to leave the boat, and she clamped her hands down tight on her wheels and screamed and refused to move. But perhaps we won't go into that!

A second kind of Small World - this is the view from the terrace of our appartment.
To the right, a shopping centre, where today we bumped into friends who live just a few miles away from us back at home.

Back into the appartment, a rather nice table and chairs, extremely nice kitchen, and a couple of bedrooms you can't quite see.

And out here, the appartment block opposite where another family we know from home are staying. And no, we didn't plan this!

That's all for now, folks.


Anonymous said...

Isn't it amazing how small the world can be at times?
Hope you all continue to have a great time.

Doorless said...

Small world is one of my favorite rides. I know my girls would love it also. I can just picture little fish. It must have been so neat watching he. How neat to meet friends from home. That is such a treat!

MOM2_4 said...

Sounds like a lovely trip so far. Josh liked the "It's A Small World" ride when we went to Tokyo DL last May. Your trip is really making me want to go back!!

Your apartment looks lovely, as well. The balcony would be a wonderful place to "put children" or have breakfast.

Robyn said...

JEALOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! who me???
now i have "its a small world after all, its a small world after all" in my head and i just know it won't go away for hours.

Nice stormy sky..we have one like that here today but its not quite as warm here...:)

keep having fun!

Lauren said...

Ooh I am so jealous! Glad you are having a lovely time though. S has shed another tooth too! x


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