No Wishes Made But Dreams Fulfilled at the Magic Kingdom

Posted on May 29, 2024 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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The Magic Kingdom is like an enormous book of 6 chapters crafted by the man who defined the world of animation and entertainment. Each chapter has its own beautiful tale to narrate. We read these pages through its streets lit up with lights and spectacular adventurous rides accompanied by a prism of colors.

We leapt into the Magical land with a mind filled with curiosity and a heart that wishes to be a part of a fairytale one day. The first attraction “The Walt Disney World Railroad” caught us with its loud rumbling whistle and took us back to the 90’s. We then started after marking our next destination as “Fantasyland”. The attractions in Fantasyland took us back to the day when we used to read each fairytale with such engrossment. Our list of rides continued with Flight with Dumbo the Elephant, the Canal Boats, the Fantasyland Theater and so much more. Then we moved on to “Frontierland” looking for Tom Sawyer Island for a raft ride along the river.

Next up, Tomorrowland was a place that showed us all around the future, what technology has been like and how it’s gonna be levitating into the skies in search of Aladdin’s magic carpets and a cozy tree house of the Swiss Family. Then in the Main Street U.S.A, there was an enlightening display of dazzling performances with realistic effects of fire and themed carriages. Liberty Square contained the scariest haunted house ever. By then we were all exhausted and then exciting music started playing.

The firemarks shot up into the sky. The fireworks and the projection on the castle were magically in sync. After going up on the illusion, our exhaustion completely faded away making us feel light again. And with that, we bid goodbye to the magical kingdom that had given us magical memories that would resonate with us for a lifetime.

Writen By Arnav Parmar, Ashutosh Darshan Enelli, Keertan Chilla & Rithwik Banne (St. Andrews High School, Bowenpally, Hyderabad).


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