Lewis and Kat talk about maximising your attraction time in the parks and the tools available to do this. May contain traces of www shaming.
Kat and Lewis take a look ahead at 2018 - The Year of the Pineapple. May contain traces of Pineapple. (Actually, if you don't get any pineapple you should probably complain to your waitperson.)
2017 was a big year for Dis Down Under. We finished our Magical Loop and were fully immersed into the wonderful world of podcasting. Here are some of our top experiences from the year. *May contain traces of love for the podcasting community who have been so wonderful in encouraging and supporting us.
Lewis and Kat talk Star Wars - The Last Jedi. Contains spoilers. Star Wars Spoilers. With a capital S. May contain traces of blue milk. And Porgs.
Kat and Lewis talk about Disney's latest acquisition, Fox Studios and Television, and whether it's a good Christmas present or a lump of coal in our stockings. May contain traces of Wolverine and Captain America being mates.
Kat and Lewis talk theories on what's to come, since Star Wars: The Last Jedi is just about to drop. May contain traces of ridiculous theories. Okay, maybe a lot of ridiculous theories.
Kat and Lewis talk to Jamie Morris, a former WDW Cast Member who has some amazing stories from when he was on cultural exchange. May contain traces of wonderful Welsh accent.
Kat and Lewis revisit Shanghai's Christmas offerings then round up the show with their Coco review from last Saturday. May contain traces of soles. Or was that souls?
In part two of the three part crossover special with our mates from Disney Dream Girls and Dis After Dark, we get some professionals on the record to talk about Christmas at the golden triangle of Disney; Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo. May contain traces of Brits.
Lewis and Kat talk about their next trip because, you know, the American summer is just around the corner. May contain traces of Kat trying to convince Lewis to travel around the world.
It's time to set our sights on Mount Prometheus talk Tokyo Disney Sea attractions. Where else can you Journey to the Centre of the Earth, go Under the Sea and ride what was (until Mission Breakout) the most unique Tower of Terror. May contain traces of Siri trying to butt in and Kat trying to talk about Gyoza Hotdogs. Again.
When you're faced with the realities of adulting, reminiscing about Tokyo Disneyland isn't a bad way to spend your time. May contain traces of Lewis' beard. And Pooh.
**Spoilers** Thor. Ragnarok. Spoilers.
Guaranteed to contain traces of spoilers.
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(Please don't listen until you've watched the film!)
Tokyo Disneyland Resort is an experience beyond any other. It has so many aspects to enjoy that this episode will be just food. Because how else do you fuel a 30,000 step per day visit!? Brought to you by the reason Australians don't travel by kangaroo (thanks Lewis...)
Lewis and Katherine talk Hong Kong, the little park that keeps drawing them back for more visits.
Luckily, Kat and Lewis head to a park a little closer to home....Shanghai! May contain traces of a chirpy cat and side effects may include the travel bug.
Lewis and Kat talk some more WDW before leaving The World....for now! (may contain traces of puppy noise)
Lewis and Kat sit outside with some particularly rowdy birds to enjoy the spring weather and talk Disney's Animal Kingdom, why you shouldn't take selfies (flash on) on a dark ride while seated next to Kat and the magic of the Disney community.
While enjoying an Imperial Biscotti Break thanks to @eviltwinbrewing Kat and Lewis talk about Disney's Hollywood Studios and start the campaign for #bippityboppityboutiqueforgrownups (because, really, who wouldn't!?).
Kat and Lewis sit outside on an unusually warm winter's day to channel a little Snow White (keep an ear out for the birds who make a guest appearance) and talk Epcot.