Growing up with a love for all things Disney, as I and many others have, it is easy to appreciate the wonder and magic that Walt Disney left on this earth. It is a vision that so many have invested their lives into, with everything that entails and it becomes clear when you visit the parks just how important that is. Because of everyone’s dedication to a vision of greatness, we get to set foot into it and be a small part of its history. It is through that lens that “it’s a small world,” takes us on a voyage that stands on its own as an impressive and masterful work of art but also carries a message. A message that we all share in part of making this world a happy place. If you are just joining this trip report (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) than you have arrived just in time for one of the most special parts because honestly, “it’s a small world at Disneyland theme park is like nothing else you’ve experienced before. I can say that even having been on the iteration of it in Walt Disney World. It is spectacular, it is dreamy, it is Disney at its best and now you can take part on the happiest photo cruise that ever sailed. So click past the break and enjoy this latest chapter of my first trip to Disneyland.