On Sunday Patrick and I took a break from unpacking for Tiki Day, one of the now many unofficial theme days at Disneyland. We attended last year, and had a blast and were super happy that our move coincided just perfectly for us to attend again this year. Tiki Day is a great time for both tiki lovers and Disney geeks to get together and chat about both, and often wear their tiki Disney gear at the Disneyland Resort. This year I opted for my Enchanted Tiki Room jumpsuit, which you can read more about here.
Last year, since we were just visiting California, we didn’t really get to socialize too much as we were busy trying to do other fun things at the park, but this year we were able to take a much more relaxed approach to Tiki Day. We participated in all of the activities that were arranged, including riding the Jungle Cruise and Sailing Ship Columbia together, visiting the Enchanted Tiki Room, and ending the night at Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar at the Disneyland Hotel. I met so many delightful people, including fellow vintage lovers who offered great information of vintage shops in LA, as well as tiki bars.
This isn’t the end of tiki and Disneyland though! The day after Tiki Day we went to the Maholoween Luau at Trader Sam’s, which I plan to blog about soon! Meanwhile, back to unpacking!
Enchanted Tiki Room Jumpsuit: Antique Alley, Portland, Oregon
Shoes: The Clothes Horse, Eugene, Oregon
Purse & Scarf: Thrifted
Likeke Tiki Shirt: Antiques Colony, San Jose, California
Shorts & Shoes: Nordstorm