Ever since I was little a girl my dream was to go to America, and visit Disney World. I used to see all my friends going and I would be so jealous and I knew that one day I would get there. But years went past and I could never get anyone to go with me. And then when we were invited to Miami, I thought maybe, just maybe we can go to Disney. And thankfully Matthew said we could go, and I honestly had never been happier.

He let me completely plan everything, I started off by downloading the Disneyworld App on my phone, and this way I could see everything that I would ever need to know. Once our tickets arrived for the parks, I made sure to link them to the app and this way I could book our fast passes and sort out anything we needed for Disney.

You get three fast pass tickets per day, per person, as we were only there for two days, we decided to do Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios. I used the fast passes for the Seven Dwarfs Run Away Mine Train, Space Mountain, Peter Pan, Star Tours, Hollywood Tower of Terror and The Rocking Rollercoaster.

After I booked the fast passes I decided to book some restaurants one for each day, in Magic Kingdom I booked for us to have lunch at the Be Our Guest restaurant, which was amazing. I would definitely recommend going at lunch time – the food was essentially fast food, but the selection at lunch time was better than any other time of the day. There are three rooms that you can go to, and we decided to eat in the ‘Beasts’ study, which was amazing, there was a ripped painting on the wall, the enchanted rose and every so often a ‘thunderstorm’ would happen. You have to try the grey stuff – it is as they say delicious!

I also booked a restaurant in Hollywood Studios, called Sci-Fi Dine-In Restaurant, this was definitely the best place. It is so unique and I have never been somewhere like that before. The restaurant is so unique, you sit a 50s convertible tables and watch 50s and 60s themed sci-fi monster films on a big screen, underneath a nighttime sky. This is something that I would highly recommend to anyone that looks for somewhere different to eat – our waitress was an absolute gem as well, especially after I accidentally threw my drink all over the floor!

We decided against getting the memory maker, but every time we got our photographs taken we made sure to scan our park ticket, which was connected to the app on my phone. We viewed all of the photos that we had taken, and you are able to get a couple of photos printed you don’t have to pay $$$ to get all of the photos. We got 4 different ones printed and that cost us about $39.

Disney is such a wonderful and magical place, I loved every single second of it, and I genuinely cannot wait to go back in the future.