Wish You Were Here!: Postcards From Orlando FL

Hey, friends!

I know it’s been a little while since my last post and I’ve missed keeping up with you guys. It’s only because all of my traveling has been keeping me really busy. I’m talking, leaving the house early and getting back late everyday so there hasn’t been a lot of time for writing. However I wanted to share a little bit about my trip so far and show you guys a few pictures. I hope you don’t mind a lot of pictures because I’ve got a lot more to share this week. During this trip I’ve rediscovered my love of simple daily photography. To be honest I’ve always had trouble feeling confident in my skills, as I know I’m no street photographer, but I’m trying to get past my perfectionism and embrace the imperfections.

So firstly I must say that getting to Orlando from where I live is not the easiest thing to do. It requires hours of travel which, of course, leaves you feeling jetlagged for at least a day afterwards. It’s been worth the hassle though, as my family and I have had a great time so far. The doughnuts my sis bought in the airport probably helped the group morale (p.s. Sorry for the horrible doughnut photo, it was taken on an old phone.)

It’s not just me and my family here either. My aunt, some cousins, and even my grandmother are also here so we’re staying in this large vacation home that’s plenty big enough to accommodate the whole gang. The bedrooms are excitingly decorated with different themes. There are…..(haha, I just had to stop and count because there are so many) 8 big bedrooms.

Some of them are a bit more generic with the decor but some are catered to younger guests and the kiddos are just loving such fun spaces. One room has an Indiana Jones theme. Then there are my two favorites themed after Lion King and the other after The Little Mermaid.

It’s got a screened-in pool and a fun game room.

There’s also an in-house theater, large dining room, and multiple group rooms.

Then in the middle of the resort neighborhood is an awesome family center with an arcade, some really fun pool areas, and even a fully equipped gym.

Dining options are so diverse here too. Oh my goodness, the first night we ordered way too much Chinese food but the guys had no problem with the fact that we had leftovers.

Oh, and don’t forget to check back soon for the next posts coming up. I’ll be sharing pics from the rest of my trip. Can you guess what I’ve been up to????



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