Thursday, January 05, 2012

Donald's Great Adventure - On The Disney Dream

Hello there my loyal fans! This is your lovable Donald Duck reporting once again. I just got back from a lovely cruise on the Disney Dream. I had a great time, and I think I gained 2 pounds from all that food.

The Disney Dream is such a huge ship. I had a very cozy stateroom. The bed is so comfy and soft. The sheets and blankets were also soft and luxurious. I got on the bed and didn't want to get out of it.

I'm wondering if I should go through this guide book.

Lest you think I came by myself, I will have you know that I have a whole entourage with me. My good buddy, Perry the Platypus ... oh, sorry, I mean, Agent P, also came along with me... y'know, as my personal bodyguard. You just never know if some foreign spies or agent might want to kidnap someone as famous and important as I am. Notice that fierce look on his face. He's protecting me. So don't you try anything funny.

Soon, we left port and heading towards the open waters.
I got to walk around the huge ship a little bit. I came to the conclusion that this is my temple, because they worship me here. Why, you ask? Well, why else would they have a first ever on-ship water coaster ride dedicated to me?
And then, of course, the most prominent and important sculpture dedicated to me is this Admiral Donald in the atrium of the ship. Don't I look handsome?
Why, you could purchase a replica of this statue to bring home with you and admire all the time.

Unfortunately, just when I thought they worshippedthe ground that I waddle on, I saw this! Oh, how embarrassing! It's bad enough that my rear end gets prominently displayed at the end of Mickey's Philharmagic. Do they have to keep displaying it here?

Never mind, I didn't have to keep looking at it when I had a view like this to see during the cruise. Ah, this was so relaxing.
I also got to relax inside the ship since they had kindly left a very comfy chair for me to rest my aching feet.
I took a quick look at this huge gingerbread house that they have. Oh, do we have to have this mouse here? Shouldn't this gingerbread house be an altar to me?
And speaking of gingerbread, that was how I gained all this weight. There were a lot of gingerbread houses to devour, such as this one. Yum!
Of course, no matter where I go, I have fans everywhere who are just too excited to have their pictures taken with me. This is Nicky, our lovely stateroom attendant. She was very nice, and she really, really liked me! I liked her as well!
But it turned out that my biggest fan was the captain himself! Captain Guus was just thrilled to have his picture taken with me. Hey captain, who's steering this big boat while you're down here?
Now unfortunately, my friend Agent P pushed his way in and also wanted to have his picture taken with the captain. Hum, I don't know about you, but wasn't he supposed to be under cover?
Unfortunately, the cruise ended way too soon. I waved goodbye to these happy crew members. I can't wait to go on another Disney cruise.


1 comment:

Jeff C. said...

Well, what an amazing report, Donald! Thank you for sharing.

If you did indeed gained 2 pounds, I do think you were it quite well. And that whole rear end display incident...well, I think it's just a jealous imagineer. I'd say the vast majority of the displays show you in an incredibly favorable light, which is the way it should be.

I think meeting the captain was quite cool. Agent P probably just got overly excited.

Lookiig forward to your next excursion and trip report!