If you’ve been watching my latest videos on YouTube, you know that I’ve been posting less frequently. Continue reading “Latest Videos: What to Watch”
It seems like a lot of you enjoyed my last playlist, so I’ve decided to do another!
You all know how much music speaks to me, so I think it’s really fun to share my monthly music faves with you, it’s like “back in the day” when you would be listening to a really great song, then would pop out one of your headphones and hand it to your friend, insisting that they listen.
Dark, cold, intriguing, a tad creepy.
These are just a few words to describe the historical preservation that is Fort Casey. Continue reading “Fort Casey State Park”
Assuming that this book is for women who are having a midlife crisis is jumping to conclusions and you need to hold on a sec.
They always say not to judge a book by its cover, so, ya know, don’t.
Desire for self improvement is never ending.
At least for women. Continue reading “The Coffee Drink for Losing Weight”
Let’s face it- that time of the month is never something us girls are excited about.
But imagine if you lived in a place where feminine products were nearly impossible to find-maybe even obsolete altogether. Continue reading “The Revolutionary Tampon”
For most aspiring bloggers, it’s easy to agree that we were all inspired by one influencer or another. I don’t think we really wake up one day, declaring that blogging will be our profession. I think that we’re lured there by the beauty of the lives that our favorite bloggers live. Continue reading “My Fave Bloggers!”
Hello everyone, and welcome back!
Every time I begin a blog post and greet you guys, I read the welcome intro in a radio talk show host voice.
Does anyone else feel that way?
No? Okay, sorry…cause that’s probably the only way you’ll read it now.
There are two different parts to the Tangaroa Terrace restaurant at The Disneyland Hotel. Today’s blog post is going to focus on the family friendly area.
We had three full days at Disneyland, and each morning Kolani and I went to this restaurant for breakfast.
After we had gotten to our hotel in the early ours of the morning, we were starting to get hungry and decided to plan ahead and find a spot for breakfast for later on in the day. We googled breakfast spots and found plenty of overpriced or overbooked places- even the room service breakfast was nearly $50 a person!
Considering it was our first day there, we didn’t want to blow $100 on just a breakfast. As I searched around, I came upon Tangaroa Terrace, a family friendly buffet style restaurant with great prices.
Since we were guests at the Disneyland Hotel and had access to Early Magic Morning, we were able to get to the restaurant early before any crowds took over. The restaurant was within walking distance from our room, and also near the pool and other restaurants like Goofy’s Kitchen and Steakhouse 55.
Both of us had ordered a Breakfast Platter (pictured above) priced at $14 a person. The Breakfast Platter is so. damn. good. It comes with scrambled eggs, juicy bacon, and spicy home fries that are seasoned with red and green peppers.
It’s filling, delicious, and won’t leave you feeling hungry. I really liked this breakfast spot, it was fast, quiet and definitely didn’t break the bank compared to the competitors!
If you’re interested in checking this place out further, click here.
This has been a chloscall.
Stay tuned for the second part of this post, reviewing Trader Sam’s, an enchanting Tiki Bar with incredible island vibes.
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