Epcot has always been one of my favorite WDW destinations. After a morning of thought-provoking and thrilling adventures in Futureworld, it's nice to slow down and enjoy the scenic beauty of the World Showcase countries. Heading clockwise around the lagoon (which we always seem to do), first up is Mexico. At around midday it's a nice respite from the heat to head indoors, where a festive marketplace is recreated inside the pavilion's temple structure. The Gran Fiesta Tour is not the most thrilling, but the pleasant little boat ride gives everyone an opportunity to get off their feet and float through an entertaining attraction.
The page design is simple and embellishments are handmade. Small scraps from Scraptastic's Nostalgic Summer July kit were arranged on a neutral background, squares at the top, a variety of rectangles on the bottom. This is a great design for using up leftovers, and even smaller pieces of patterned paper were cut in various flag shapes for the banner.
A hand-pieced sombrero adds a little touch of Mexico and is used to hold the title.
Yep...I'm still working on Disney pages from last year's vacation. It's fun to take out my photos and experience everything again. The memories will have to last until our next trip to see the mouse...and who knows when that might be!