I love people watching and I had a lot of people to watch when I was at Disney. I noticed that there were a lot of white people there.Not caucasions, but people who had not seen sun on some of their limbs ,in months. I realized then , that most
of these people were from Northern climates and they probably hadn't actually seen the sun in a long time. I'm used to suntanned arms and legs. Limbs that had a chance to be uncovered and allowed to breathe.
The smell of coconut sun tan lotion was prevalent. Then I watched a lot of people, mostly of the female persuasion , do selfies. I am envious of their staging methods. They know just when to smile, which foot to put forward to look their slimmest,and then
snap, they have a memory of themselves. The nicest thing about Disney for me , was seeing how accessible it is for challenged people. Ramps, rides that accommodate wheel chairs, cast members (employees) always ready to stop and answer any question. Even when
you are standing right next to the place you were looking for and asking directions about. I'm going again.