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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. We'll continue our adventures in Disney's Animal Kingdom as we left the Maharajah Jungle Trek and are working our way through Asia back to the Finding Nemo - The Musical stage in time for our FastPass+ Reservation.
It's March Madness Baby! (Well it was at least.) Here in Kentucky, it's pretty much a national holiday. The office empties out every afternoon. When your team is playing, nobody thinks twice if you say you are busy. It's really quite exciting, even for person who doesn't know much about college basketball. But what I do know about is Walt Disney World and all the fun I've had there over the years. So let's revisit one of those times again shall we.
As before, it's a cool morning at the end of January of 2015. We are at the end of a weeklong trip to Walt Disney World with my extended family. It's been a great time and the weather couldn't have been more amazing. This morning is a little cool again, but will be climbing throughout the day. We'll join the memory as we finished up looking at the tigers in the Maharajah Jungle Trek and have headed back to meet the rest of the family for our FastPass+ reservation at Finding Nemo - The Musical. We'll rejoin the memory as we have dropped the stroller off outside and are entering the theater. My extended family is all inside already as they came strait here after they arrived this morning. We have a few minutes before the show starts, so we'll enjoy some of the background music, and then, the show begins.
This is probably currently the best stage show in all of Walt Disney World. The puppets and actors are so awesome, and as the music swells and the show surrounds you, it is impossible to smile. And now with FastPass+ reservations, it is so easy to get a time and walk right in without having to wait, so worth doing.
Today’s memory is in binaural once again, 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 catch the greatest stage show in all of Walt Disney World.