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Disney 2016: Day 11

1:50 p.m.
Hello everyone! As you can see, it's a bit of a later start today... We woke up around 10:30 and have just laid around the room for a while watching the Olympics!  Animal Kingdom is a hard park day with the hotter temperatures and large amount of walking, so we needed a break.  I tried to make leaving this weekend a little easier by organizing and packing up my suitcase, as well as working on some blog posts.

6:15 p.m.
Compared to every other day, today must seem incredibly boring! I went down to the food court at our resort by myself for a later lunch around 2, and it was surprisingly very nice!  I took a magazine and just chilled by myself for the first time since this vacation began.

I had the same thing as the other day, a turkey sandwich with fruit, chips, and an apple turnover. We are having an extremely large supper late tonight, and we have eaten a lot of heavy meals recently, so it was good to have something simple.

Since last updating you I've pretty much just laid beside the pool, explored our resort, and helped mom with some laundry.  But I found this Coke can very fitting.

9:00 p.m.
Time for dinner at Ohana's!  It is always one of our favorite meals, even though I feel like I've said that quite a bit during this trip.  It is all you can eat, family style.  It is also really nice because we can watch the fireworks from the windows with the music piped in!

Waiters come around with platters of food and skewers of meat the entire time you are there, and everything is amazing!

Dessert might honestly be the best part though.  It is banana bread pudding with caramel and ice cream.  I don't like bread pudding, and this is soooo good!



11:00 p.m.
Dinner was amazing... And it made it even more amazing that we got to watch Wishes from our table beside the window! I think my favorite times watching Wishes on this trip so far have been outside of the park from the Polynesian hotel!

Also, I finished my canvas tonight! I had a canvas that had "Family" written across it, and while in Epcot I had each of the countries write "family" in their languages! As an afterthought I brought it to the Polynesian tonight and had them write it in Hawaiian. It is so cute!

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