** Binaural Audio **
Come and join us for another installment of the WDW-Memories podcast, where I try to make it possible for you relive your Walt Disney World Memories when you can’t actually be there.
Today we’ll continue our adventures in the Magic Kingdom, and catch a ride on everyone’s favorite Fantasyland dark ride, Peter Pan’s Flight.
Let me begin by apologizing for not getting out a show on schedule 2 weeks ago. We were enjoying our vacation so much, and where we were really had no internet connection, so I was kind of enjoying being disconnected. Unfortunately, no trip to Walt Disney World this time either, but we’ve still got a good backlog to pull from for the time being. For now, let’s return to our day in the Magic Kingdom for some more fun.
Now think way back to where we left off last time. My family and I had just finished catching Mickey’s Philharmagic because we still had time before our FastPasses were available for Peter Pan’s Flight. We’ve exited the theater and have made the left turn and headed next door to Peter Pan’s Flight. We’ll leave the stroller where it is, and just walk there. We hand over our paper fastpasses and are slipped to the front of the line. The wait line was still like 45 minutes, instead with our FastPass, we’ll wait maybe 2 before we climb on our pirate ship and fly off to Neverland.
So this is still one of the longest lines in Fantasyland, and for good reason. Who doesn’t dream of flying and being a kid forever. Children of all ages love this attraction. Now personally, my magic number for waiting is only 30 minutes, so usually I either have to have a FastPass or I’ll just pass. It is still a dark ride, and it hasn’t changed at all over the years, but that doesn’t mean it’s not still fun. I love watching my kids as we soar up into the sky and see the sights below us, their eyes wide, absorbing everything around them. Then when they get off the ride and exclaim “That was awesome” or “I want to do it again” I know that they will never forget this great attraction.
Today’s memory is in binaural, so I’d suggest putting those headphones on to fully immerse yourself in the memory.
Now sit back. Relax. Close your eyes. And come with me as we soar high above Neverland.