We caved and booked Magic At Sea again. The Itch for more Disney while the borders to the US are still closed is too strong, so we are hitting the sea once again.
As someone who has missed Disney a lot, and of course, someone who runs this little Disney blog, I just had to be on the very first Magic At Sea Disney Cruise UK staycation when it was announced earlier in the year. As someone who has never cruised before, let alone Disney cruised, I didn't know what to expect, but just being able to do something in the realm of a Disney holiday after the 18 months this country (and the world) has gone through was music to my ears.
We did a 3-night Disney Cruise from Liverpool, and absolutely loved it. Unlike most Disney trips, I wasn't straight away looking at booking the next one, but I think that's more down to just this limbo we're all in (at the time of writing) with US borders still being closed. Thankfully, France is now on Amber so Disneyland Paris is back on the cards.
Around two weeks passed and I started to get an itch (not that kind I needed a cream for) so I pondered over the Magic At Sea booking page and saw a bunch of 2-night cruises priced at just £900. It's also my birthday towards the end of the month, so what a nice little present to myself that would be, I thought.
We'll be sure to share with you what it's like the second time around, and as we're now Silver Castaway Club members, we'll get a little gift when we get onboard this time!