Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Let's Travel Morocco in Epcot

Oh the joys of seeing new places and learning the ways of life of other cultures has always been exciting and awe-inspiring. Yet, not all of us have the pleasure of traveling to places for some obvious reasons. The deterrent is Time and Economic reason so; to alleviate that, Epcot extravagantly showcased 11 countries in their park so; their guests can enjoy exploring these places. Isn't it exciting? The best place to travel 11 countries in one day is thru Disney World's Epcot themed park.

"I can show you the world
Shining, shimmering, splendid
Tell me, princess, now when did
You last let your heart decide?

I can open your eyes
Take you wonder by wonder
Over, sideways and under
On a magic carpet ride

A whole new world
A new fantastic point of view
No one to tell us no or where to go
Or say we're only dreaming"

Most children and kid-at-heart know Aladdin and Jasmine. I bet you already humming that song lyrics above which is good for you still remember it. If you and your children wanted to see Aladdin and Jasmine, visit Morocco in Epcot and see the schedule of their photo and autograph signing.

Last Thursday, hubby and I decided to visit Disney World because our pass will be over the next day. We thought of using it in Epcot to see the #FoodandWineFestival and we did! We went in at 3PM and right away look for food and wine to taste.

Visiting Epcot's World Showcase is fun but, if you hate walking, you should plan ahead which country to check out for that day. As for us, we selected at least 5 , dine in France and check out the rides in Future World and off we go home.

The photo above is a restaurant in Morocco area. If you wanted to try the cuisine famous in Morocco, you should visit this area. In Morocco, you will find Restaurant Marrakesh and Tangierine Cafe'.

Morocco is a diverse country, and rich in culture and civilization. This country has been influenced by Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Jews, Arabs, Sub-Saharan Africans, Romans, Vandals, Andalusians, Moors and Jews, and they all play vital on the social structure of Morocco in line with their beliefs. Check out the style of the building, Jewish and Arabic cultural heritage is pretty obvious.

Here I am checking their Brass Bazaar and Casablanca carpets. If you have children who loves crafts and painting, check out inside. I am sure they will find it interesting and fun.

This is the front of Morocco area.

Hubby and I enjoyed our visit in Epcot that day. Oh, we were able to watch a concert by Air Supply and it was such an amazing experience.

1 comment:

  1. i love Morocco it had some of the best shopping


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