Everybody loves Disney. Especially if you have kids, there is nothing better than spending a day at Disneyland. Now, you can take this escape a little farther by enjoying a ride on the Disney Wish Cruise. It’s a cruise ride that begins from Port Canaveral, Florida, and sails all the way to Castaway Cay (Disney’s private island) and the Bahamas. Here are five things that you shouldn’t miss out on during this voyage.
The Secret Kids’ Club Entrance
Disney has a club for kids between the ages of 3-12. On Deck three of the Grand Hall on the cruise, enroll your kid in this adventure. Even the entry to the central hub of the club is crazy — your child will have to take a slide down a rabbit hole to get there. The activities, shows, and appearances will make your kid not want to leave this place at all.
Dine with Frozen
Kids love the Disney movie Frozen. The story of the two sisters, Elsa and Anna is heart-warming for sure. Aboard the Disney Wish cruise, you can grab a bite at the Frozen-themed restaurant. Different character appearances, fun activities, and performances on the stage will make your experience even better at this table.
Splash Area for the Toy Story Gang
Take your little one to their Toy Story-themed waterpark, where they can enjoy various rides and have fun in the water. All across the park, you will see Woody, Buzz, and other members of the Toy Story family in the form of huge bath toys. Also, make sure you take your kids for a dip in the wading pool.
The Imagineering Lab
Your kid can design his very own roller coaster and even give it a test ride in the Imagineering lab. Imagine and engineer a coaster ride as per your wish, and once done, give it a try with the 3D experience in a capsule. The overall environment around your kid’s little invention would be Space Mountain or Big Thunder Mountain Rail, whatever they choose.
Water Rides for All
If you think Disney Wish Cruise is only for little adventurers, then you are mistaken. AquaMouse also has a 760 ft water ride that families can enjoy together. Here, you will see animated clips playing on the virtual portholes. Finally, the tunnel opens up to a site that you would not have imagined. Your adventure will come to an end with the most gorgeous ocean view.
Do you have a hard time staying hydrated? Even though drinking water is essential, not many people do it enough or as often as they should be. You might be on your 4th cup of coffee for the day before you realize that you have yet to even think about drinking a cup of water. Even if it’s not something you’re fond of, there are ways to drink water that might change your perspective.
Some people are more gadget-friendly, while others might need alarms or reminders. Whether you need to get a new and fancy water bottle to help you start drinking water or set alarms on your phone, there are a few different options that you can choose from. Here are some tips to consistently drink more water each day.
1. Add Some Fruit to Your Water
If you’re not a fan of drinking plain old water, try adding your favorite fruit to it. Whether it’s mint leaves, strawberries, blueberries, mint leaves, or watermelon slices, the options are endless. All you have to do is toss them into your bottle of water and allow the flavors of the fruit to enhance your water as they sit.
2. French Press Your Infused Water
You might be interested in the whole fruit and water situation, but you might not like the part where the blueberries and other fruit hit your nose as you try to drink. People recommend using a french press to infuse your water with the fruit. This will extract the flavor from the fruit, infuse your water, and leave you with no floating fruit. Let it steep for a few hours and press away.
3. Get a Water Bottle that Will Remind You
There are tons of water bottles out there that can help you keep track of how much water you’re drinking and how often. Fill one of these water bottles in the morning and keep up with the drinking based on the markings on the bottle. There are larger and smaller bottles out there for you to choose from.
4. Set Reminders
If you’re having a tough time staying hydrated, try setting up some reminders throughout the day on your phone. You can also put notes on your laptop or around your home. A simple notification that tells you to refill your glass can go a long way.
5. Hold Your Friends Accountable
What better way to consistently drink more water than drinking with a friend? Hold your friends accountable and have them do the same with you. Send each other text reminders to drink more and stay hydrated.