About 5 years ago, I had a Premium Passport to Disney parks. I have no idea how much it costs now, but it was $500 back then. For reference, I was still in the US Navy stationed in Camp Pendleton during those times. Point being, I spent a lot of time (and money) at The Happiest Place on Earth. I remember driving out to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure sometimes just to eat the corn dogs at the Little Red Wagon and drink the frozen apple juice at the stand between Fantasyland and Frontierland.

With the help of friends/Disney employees, I try to visit the park at least once a year to relive both my child and adulthood memories. Just a few weeks ago, I did just that with some homies (shout out to Eunice for the plug). Although I’ve been more times than I can remember, there’s always something new to discover. This time around, it was the hot-link corn dogs at Corn Dog Castle and cocktails at Cove Bar. Despite only getting on a whopping two rides that day (there was way too many people there), the food and drinks were well worth the long lines and shortcomings.

I don’t know when I’ll be able to go back, but you know damn well I’m ready. HMU!

Anaheim, CA | Photos by Justin Quebral

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