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BEEEEEEP BEEEEEEEP BEEEEEEEEP BEEEEEEP. 2:30am and our alarms were blaring!

This was Half Marathon day, and even though Gemma wasn't running, she got up and joined me all the way to the start (when she then hopped a monorail to MK to spectate on Main Street).

I jumped out of bed and threw on my chosen costume for the day, village belle and made a start making myself look less like I'd had a handful of hours sleep!!! Gemma was up shortly afterward, dressed and very kindly took some pictures and that was us. Off to the bus stop at POR before 3am!

I've said before, Disney races start EARLY, but when you are walking through a deserted hotel complex dressed as a princess and the only other people around are equally as dressed up you don't feel so alone or tired any longer!

We arrived at a near empty bus stop, which was great because that meant we would definitely get on the first bus out to Epcot (the start line). A few women joined us shortly after and you could feel the excitement and the nervous energy from everyone.

The bus arrived at 3am on the dot and we all loaded on, Gemma had packed a towel to wrap up in if it got chilly, which was a great idea as when we arrived at the Epcot car park we had a couple of hours to wait!!



At the Epcot start Gemma and I decided to line up for the character meets that were going on, another great thing about the RunDisney events is that they offer character interactions before the race starts, during the race and after the race, so there is always something to keep you occupied!!









After our meeting with Tiana and Belle it was time for me to head to the starting corrals and Gemma to make her way to Magic Kingdom. It was 4:30am and it was just under a mile to walk from the staging area to my starting group, Corral H.

A quick stop at the portaloos on the way to the start line meant I didn't need to worry about using the super crowded ones further along the course, and I ate a little bag of jelly babies for some sugar before I started.

There was lots of entertainment on the big screens once we got to the start corrals, snippets of Disney films, messages from the race sponsors and also lots of on stage interviews with people who were running the race for charity or for a special occasion.

The race started at 5:30 to a great fireworks display, but no fairy godmother waving us runners off which was a bit of a let down, a number of runners around me commented on how they missed her this year.









The first few miles passed by without any issue.

When I crossed the start line I'd managed to squeeze into the first row of my corral so I had a nice clear patch of road ahead of
Me as we snaked out of the Epcot car park and along the road towards Magic Kingdom. As each corral was set off around 2mins apart it meant the first few hundred mtrs of my run was clear and I managed to get distance on the people behind me.

The character stops on the way to Magic Kingdom were super busy so I didn't stop, but I passed Malificent, the Evil Queen, the Princes and a couple others, but I can't remember them all !!



Shortly after mile 2 I approached the pay barriers at MK. So surreal running through these arches!!






The route led us in to MK property, and around where the old speedway was, through the car park and onto the tramway towards the TTC

As we ran under the tunnel we were hit with a wall of sound, supporters had lined the course and were helping carry us towards the park. And as we ran through the TTC there was an amazing drum squad rocking beats to keep runners on the go!






We ran from the TTC up into the road towards the Contemporary and, ultimately, the Magic Kingdom.



Space mountain!!!



Hi everyone!! So sorry for the delay in getting the rest of the trip up!!

So where did we leave it....The night before the big 10k race.

As a bit of background, I was the one who persuaded Gemma to come on this trip - the lure of the 10k was far less appealing to her than that of a week in WDW!! This 10k was to be the first 10k in Gemma's running career and would mark the first race in my Glass Slipper Challenge.

We set the alarms for 2:30am as all the literature said buses would be at 3:30am to get us to the start line, and we'd heard horror stories of people not getting on buses etc etc.

The alarm buzzed at 2:30 and I think we both lay in bed for a few minutes, dazed by the early start and the nervous energy building. However, no time for nerves as we got up and got ready for the task ahead. Costumes on (Make it Pink and Make t Blue) we set off to the bus pick up point at the front of POR. We got a seat on the first bus that pulled up and away we went!!



We arrived at Epcot at around 4am, super early and eager (well I was...!) to get started. Gemma was much quieter this morning than usual, I could tell she was getting nervous about the run ahead. At no point did I ever doubt her ability to do the run, so a few gentle 'you'll be grand' and 'let's get to the loo before the get gross' to help put the nerves at ease was needed :-)



RunDisney know how to do races. Lots of entertainment and characters to meet before the race, loads of portaloos and water is readily available.

The music was pumping, more women in princess gear were arriving and the atmosphere was electric!! It was almost time to make the walk to our corral - a good 15/20min walk from the Epcot car park and out onto the bypass road that goes around it!!



And we are off!!!



Heading to the corrals feeling great and excited for the race ahead!! Hopefully by this point Gemma's nerves had lowered and she was starting to enjoy herself..... Gemma??? heehee



After about an hour of hanging about our corral and slowly moving towards the actual start line, we reached the point where the start was in sight and we started the count down...
5
4
3
2
1
*BOOM* the most amazing fireworks go off and that's us, officially running the Enchanted 10k. Crossing the start line, with all the spectators and entertainment and music was so electric!! Everyone wa slumped and ready for a super race - despite the fact it was 5:30am and still dark!!

The weather was humid, but we found it warm enough to not need a jumper. Some of the runners from warmer places were wrapped in blankets and sweaters though!



The first 3 miles went by pretty quickly. The pictures are dreadful because it was still so dark (sorry!!).

On the route we passed Moana, a marching band, a dj, there were other characters out but we didn't stop to say hi. We wanted to keep the pace up and hopefully be able to watch the sunrise from the boardwalk



As we ran around and into Epcot Gemma started to feel some pain in her ankle/foot so we pulled over and as she was stretching so many ladies ran past asking if we were ok, did we need help etc. Such a lovely atmosphere!

Stretching done, ankle feeling better and the knowledge that we are half way there, we sped into Epco. We ran into Epcot around the China pavilion. The torches were lit and the music was turned up full
Volume, honestly running into Epcot at that moment was fantastic - I saw Gemma's pace pick up and she seemed to relax a bit more. Clearly the park plus being half way through the race finally had her believing that this was achievable (I never ever had a doubt!!)



As we ran round Epcot, up past France and then through international Gateway towards the Boardwalk, the sun started to rise and the most gorgeous golden glow appeared. The mist was hanging around which created a really cool, almost spooky atmosphere around the boardwalk.

We reached mile 4!!



Miles 4, 5 and 6 seemed to slip by really quickly. As we ran past the hotels in the boardwalk it was amazing to see some of the guests out with big signs, cheering us on and really encouraging runners to keep going!

By this point we had passed loads of character opportunities :
Genie
Old Hag
Tinker bell
Pinocchio and Geppetto
Marie the cat


We had also passed a water stop and grabbed a cup of water each to cool us down. The humidity had risen slightly!!



We rounded back through the boardwalk and into Epcot. This was it. The home stretch.

We ran down towards the fountains with Spaceship Earth in our sights. Less than a mile to go!!



Under SE and around the fountain at the entrance, and back up the other side of the ball and we were there. Less than 400m to go...!



THE FINISH LINE!!!!



We crossed the finish line! DONE!



The wonderful RunDisney volunteers place your bling around your neck and directed us along the barrier to collect some water/poweraid and the Disney snack box.

But we didn't care. We had our medals!!!

This was my first Disney 10k and I loved it!! Gemma really enjoyed it too, so much so that we've decided to plan another trip for another Disney race in the future!! So much for. It being a runner huh Gemma!!



With the race done, we headed back to POR for a shower, change and back to HS for the day.

If you remember, we've been DisneyBounding each day and today we were Minnie Mouse!!

Medals on, we walked round to the bus stop ready for a day in HS. It was around 10am by this time, and we had planned on being in the park until around 3 as I was up early again the next day for the half marathon.



We arrived to a busy HS park. It seemed that everyone had the same idea as us today!! It doesn't help that the park has the appearance of a half shut attraction and it felt like there were construction walls everywhere!!

First up, we decided to have a wee walk and soak up the atmosphere and get some photos along the way.

Gemma had the snack list for today, and knowing we were going to be hungry after the race, the list contained some glorious Chilli cheese hot dogs from Min and Bills Dockside Diner



The hot dogs were fantastic, and just what we both needed!! During the day we also had a couple of frozen margarita drinks and ordered an ice cream cookie (but were pixie dusted 2 because there had been a problem with the magic band reader when we went to pay!!)

Food inhaled, we decided to hang about and watch the March of the First Order. This is something that I really enjoy, the sounds and the storm troopers marching really makes the entire experience really immersive and you feel like they are really marching on the enemy.

Whilst we were standing waiting, we became acutely aware that the family beside us was in the middle of a drama of sorts - raised voices and a crying child, that sort of thing. As if we weren't feeling awkward enough, the dad then raised his hand and belted the poor child right there in front of everyone!! We didn't know what to do. Nobody did. I think a CM had a word with the family, but I can't be sure.

March of the First Order done, we popped over to Star Wars and got in line. Said it was only 20mins wait, but was closer to 40!! Neither of us were the rebel spy :-( I've never been picked for that yet!!

By the time we came out it had cooled down and we had some time to spare before our next FP (Tower of Terror), so I suggested we get margaritas! Yep. A cooler day, with a spit of rain and I'm getting ready for a half marathon - but a frozen tequila slushie is exactly what we need!!



A wee collection of attraction selfies!!

We managed to see a lot of the Studios in our short time there, FP for ToT, Toy Story Mania and Frozen.

We both LOVED the Frozen sing along, despite being the only 2 adults in the entire arena who didn't have kids, we snagged 3rd row seats right in the middle and we sang out loud and proud! The Elsa magic at the end was amazing :-)

As I'd mentioned, the park felt so busy today and when we finished on TSM (our last FP for the day) we decided to just head back to the hotel. We would have loved to have stayed for Fantasmic or see the Beauty and the Beast show, but crowds were growing and I was starting to get nervous about the run on Sunday. Gemma was so lovely, and agreed that heading back to the hotel for some foot court food and an early night might be best.



Back at POR I sorted out 'Flat Belle' for the race tomorrow am, took the obligatory photo and then we headed down to the food court.

Gemma was really fancying some good ok Disney Chicken strip things and I had a make your own salad (building the protein and good carb for tomorrow!!). The food court at POR really is great, lots of options for all tastes and whilst we were there we never really found it overly busy.

Food eaten, I had a very brief suggestion that we get a drink at the bar - Gemma was sensible and suggested it probably wasn't the best idea for me!! So we popped back to the room to rest up.

From memory we were in bed by 8:30pm, alarm set for 2am. I think I nodded off about 9:30 after watching a rerun of SVU on TV (isn't American TV just so much better than ours!!)

Up next. A post dedicated to the Princess Half Marathon



After surviving the Expo yesterday, we were up early and raring (roaring... see what I did there!!) to go. It was AK day, a breakfast date with the main man himself, and only loose plans for adult beverages (because tomorrow we have the 10k...)

We were up and out the room by 7:15am, and made our way through POR to the bus stop at the front of the hotel.

As with all other days, Gemma and I had planned our outfits and today we were channeling our inner Wilderness Explorers



We arrived to the park a little before 8am and the place was empty!! After a little photo shoot facilitated by the wonderful security guy, we made our way to the turnstiles and joined a short line of people waiting to be signed in for breakfast or the Wild Africa Trek



We were allowed into the park at 8am. Our ADR wasn't until about 8:20 so we had time to enjoy the empty space and take some photos..

The park just had a magical feel about it, so empty but the animal noise and the Harambe village sounds that I'd never heard before. We spent time walking through the village listening to the chatter coming from the 'houses', the sounds of phones ringing - all the little things you don't notice when the park is filled with people and the African dancers are performing.



Gemma was delighted that her outfit matched the yellow delivery bike in Harambe market :-)



All too soon, our breakfast appointment rolled around and we were on our way to enjoy the delights of Tusker House with the gang! We checked in and took a seat outside whilst we waiting for them to call us.

It was a beautiful day!



Now, you may have noticed that I'm not shy when it comes to photographs, and thought the trip i insisted on multiple selfies, initially Gemma was resistant but I soon won her over and 'selfie face' became a standard phrase when we were out and about!!

No character meet is complete without a raft of selfies, and Tusker was no exception! However, Goofy needs to work on his special awareness because on more than one occasion he stepped on my toes whilst getting into a pose and then almost poked my eye out with those whiskers.

Stay safe kids, Goofy could be dangerous!!



Tummies full and after a bathroom stop (too much jungle juice) we headed to the safari. By this time the park had just opened and half of Orlando was stampeding (see what I did...!) towards us - being the seasoned Disney pros we are we whipped out the magic bands and glided on down the fast pass line and we're on a truck quicker than you can say JAMBO

The Safari was great as always, lots of animals out and about and even saw the lion and the lioness chilling out on pride rock. I'm particularly proud of Gemma's lion selfie face!



Following the safari we headed over to Asia, I had been told a yeti had been spotted and we were off to find it....much to Gemma's disdain. Expedition Everest is one of my favourite coasters in Disney, and it's safe to say that Gemma isn't a huge coaster fan so took one for team by agreeing to come on EE with me!

As we approached Everest we could see that the fastpass line was backed up, so hopped into the standby line and hoped to get through and round in time to use the fastpass as well!! Plus the line is great and themed so well, Gemma hadn't seen it before so was nice to take some time admiring the details that Disney pop on everything.

We waited less than 15mins to get on, and as you can see from the photo one of us is loving it. The other no so much...



I took a celebratory 'I survived' picture for Gemma and we were on our way! We decided to have a little wander about, grab some water and generally just relax. Our next FP wasn't for a while and we had arranged to meet my friends at the Dawa Bar mid morning so to kill time we walked up to Dinoland and checked out the arcade games.

As we walked round and back down towards the tree of life I spied a frozen Coke stall and we had one each. Being super sensible and preparing for the race tomorrow, Gemma had a regular Coke coupled with a bottle of water. I had a Coke with rum added. And a sip of water.

Note to self. Americans don't measure drinks, and this ended up being more like a cup of rum with some cola added in for good measure!!

Half way through my pirates slushie I heard from my buddies that they were in the park and headed our way. Soon enough I spotted them and we had a quick chat about plans and who was doing what etc! They had a fastpass coming up soon and we ( gemma and I) took a call that some Yak and Yeti fried rice was in order, so whilst my friends headed to their next fastpass, Gemma and I took another walk up to Asia, jumped on Everest for the 2nd time and had some rice!!

We had agreed to meet up back at the Dawa Bar, and this was ideal because Gemma's snack list had us uniting down an elephant eat pastry!!



We got a little destracted on the way to the pastry, and ended up at the Dawa Bar. Being the sensible adults we are, we ordered water. Which was served in a cup the size of a shot glass....

Fearing our hydration was at risk, various cocktails were then ordered - purely for hydration purposes you understand...!

We spent a couple of hours in the bar catch up and chatting about various things, and before it was time to head in our separate directions for the rest of the day it was definitely time for that pastry!

We settled the tab at the bar and popped to the bakery next door for the giant sweet treat!

We said our goodbyes, wishes everyone luck for the races and off we trotted to Dinosaur!!



As we headed over to Dinosaur we stopped for some photos on the bridge between Everest and Nemo, got some fantastic magic shots with the yeti and Timone and Pumba!! Love the magic shots that Disney do.

We travelled back in time, almost got hit with a meteor and brought a dinosaur back to Orlando so a successful trip I'd say!!

Time was ticking on and we were a bit hungry, but also aware that we had a super early morning looming for the 10k.

It was suggested we grab some food before heading back to the hotel and Gemma had her handy snack list. We decided that a samosa stop would be perfect!! Off we went in the general direction of the Asia/Africa path in search for samosas and water.



And with the samosas eaten, water drunk it was time to bid farewell to AK and head back to our hotel ready for the 3am alarm call tomorrow morning!

We didn't have to wait long for a bus, and decided that we would get off at our room, grab the mugs and then walk back to the food court for dinner.

I think by this point we were both a little nervous about the next day, and the night was spent eating our salads, making sure we drank enough water and sorting our costumes for the morning.

Make it pink (me) and Make it blue (gemma) were in bed and lights out by the rock and roll time of 9pm.....



Hi everyone!! Kirsty here. Since today is the Epic Epcot adventure, and I took enough selfies to fill my iCloud photo album *ooops* I said to Gemma that I'd cover this day off. As Gemma explained earlier, we had very strong plans for our days, and today was Epcot.

Outfits planned. Gemma in her Olaf inspired disneybounding and me in my Jasmine (although Elsa thought I was bounding as her. #allabouther). We set off to the bus stop and we're waiting for a bus at about 8am. I can't remember if we ate breakfast in the room, but we did get coffee once in Epcot so that'll do right?!



Soon we arrive at the park, and begin the task of bag check (had to pack ponchos today...!), security, band scanning and then the standard slow walkers and general faffers as you get into Epcot!

However here we were and off to Soarin, when we picked our FP Frozen was the Tier 1 pass we picked. This meant that we did the Soarin Shuffle at opening and waited standby.



Without more than a 15min wait we were in our loading line and ready for our flight. We'd asked if we could get front row and the CM very kindly let us into the next concourse. A super way to start our Epcot day, and we both agreed that the enhancements that have been made are amazing!!!

Next up. My favourite. Living with the Land.



I LOVE this ride. And with a wee 5minute wait it was a no brainer after our Soarin flight. Today was no exception, a thrilling boat ride through the fish farm (why do the Sturgeon look so scary!!) and into the greenhouses (all the while getting jealous of the Mickey shaped produce, I can barely keep a cactus alive!!)

Our plan today was very much focused on batting through the attractions before we headed into World Showcase, and we decided that neither of us was hugely fussed about Test Track. So we had a little snack stop...yes, it was barely touching 10am, but don't judge....



Thanks to Gemma's amazing snack planning skills we knew exactly where to find this little Mickey shaped cheesecake beauty in Sunshine Seasons!

Suitably sugared up it was time to journey through time with Dame Judi Dench, after we figured out where the fastpass line started and the standby line ended...! Epcot seemed hugely busy today, spaceship earth had close to 60 minutes at 10:30am!!



Spaceship earth sorted and our futures viewed, we headed towards World Showcase, with a little stop at Starbucks - Gemma was beginning to realise that a decaffeinated Kirsty isn't a fun Kirsty, and from here on in made sure I had coffee on hand!!



We reached World Showcase just as the rain started, and where better than to shelter from the rain than Mexico...



A quick stop into La Cava Del Tequila proved fruitful, and with our margaritas we decided to explore the pavilion...like any responsible adult...



We found small hats.



We found big hats.



Just as the last drop of margarita goodness was drunk....we found Donald.



On our way out we grabbed another poor unsuspecting photopass guy and had a mini photo shoot in front of the statue.

And just like that, we decided that it would be a GREAT time to meet Anna and Elsa. So off we went to Norway, fuelled by tequila, for our first Princess meet of the trip...



After a short wait (and a lovely chat with a family behind us in the line - we were hyper aware that it was only 11:30 and we had a light aroma of tequila about us) we met the frozen sisters.

Elsa recognised Gemma instantly with the orange bow and called out the disneybounding, and then seemed very touched that I had bounded as her. I hadn't but I didn't have the heart to say it was Jasmine!!

A nice meet and greet which lead us to the next stop on Gemma's snack tour of Epcot...Kringla Bakeri



Frozen Ever After was our final fastpass of the day, a great wee ride but so glad we had the pass for it. The line didn't get anywhere near 60mins all day!!



Rather controversially, we decided to split the Troll Horn rather than the School Bread. This was delicious!!

A quick seat to shelter from the (easing) rain and we were off again...to China...and I decided it was time for lunch!



The food in China is great, for anyone who says you only was fast food in Disney I dare them to come to Epcot!!



A quick stop in the lotus blossom cafe for some scrummy Chinese food, ready to hit the rest of the Showcase for snacks and drinks.

The rain had started to ease off and we were able to remove our ponchos just as we left lotus blossom



We stopped in at Germany for some caramel goodness, and then onward to Italy, Morocco and France for the next stops on the Kirsty drink tour of the world...



I won't bore you with each individual picture. Take it from us, we took on my drink 'sampling' challenge and did our best!

Prosecco in Italy.

Some vibrant coloured slushy with copious volumes of run from Morocco

Grey Good and Grand Marnier slushes from France

And then we took a little wander around the boardwalk to Ample Hills to sample their prosecco with sorbet (very good!!)



Whilst we were in Ample Hills getting our drinks, the heavens opened again and the rain started. So it was on with the ponchos, and we ended up sitting outside the shop in the shelter drinking and facetiming our poor boyfriends back home - poor boys!!



No amount of rain keeps us down.

We decided to head back to Disney Springs as we had plans for the Coke bar, and as we were close to the boardwalk hotel, we squelched our way into the hotel lobby and off to the toilets to try and make ourselves more presentable!!



Just like that the rain stopped, ponchos were whipped off and we hopped a bus to the Springs! We never really experienced any problem with the transport during our short trip, everything was just perfect



As we headed towards to Coke bar we spied that in wee square loads of RunDisney banners were up and a huge poster for Beauty and the Beast was there too. So we took obligatory photos there before heading into the Coke shop and up to the bar



We decided to forego the alcoholic options and go for a standard Coke Float Flight. These were great, and enough in the cups for us both to try them and decide which ones were the favourites and which ones really tasted quite like antiseptic!!

Another thing that I was pleasantly surprised about, and will definitely be adding to any future trips to the Springs.



After our Coke Float experience we decided it was dinner time, and like any good Dibber, when on the QS dining plan and in Disney Springs there is only 1 place to go. Wolfgang Pucks.

We took the short walk to WP at the marketplace and ordered! We totally forgot to take pictures of the food though so you'll have to imagine me tucking into the meatloaf and Gemma enjoying the spaghetti and meatballs!!

It was a fantastic 2nd full day, and it set us up nicely for the RunDisney Expo which is just around the corner on day 3..


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