Monday, July 24, 2017

Precious Pearl- As-Seen-On-TV; Pearl Opening, Japan Pavilion Epcot Disney World

Here's one of those reviews with that theme song "one of these things doesn't fit with the others." Actually forget that, the review relates to Disney, one of my all time favorites.  We have to start all the way back to 2015 for this one.  In the summer of 2015, the little ones did that open a live oyster at Epcot's Japan Pavilion in Disney World.  It was a fun experience.  For around 15 bucks or so, you pick a live oyster and a pretty staff member opens it and you keep the pearl inside.  Here's a few pictures of our experience doing it.
Well, sister remembered how much fun we had at Epcot and purchased some pearl oysters for the girls from a company called Precious Pearl, which is here.  Lucky the girls have such a good aunt...  With the job situation, sister, brother-in-law, Mom, Dad and other friends have been really generous to help us have a fun summer.  If any of my buds go through the same situation when I'm on my feet, I'm totally going to step up.  Anyhoo, pictures of our oyster opening:
Like for all cans, watch out for the sharp inner parts around the inside of the opened lid.
Cute heart-shaped packaging to put your new pearl into.
The actual opening is difficult, so wifey had to do it for the little one. You get a little guitar pick-like shovel tool to open the oyster in the box.  
Treasure!!! 
Our pearl looks like "Success" so I better encourage the little one to open that business.  
The pearl in the Precious Pearl oyster out-sized the Disney pearl by a great deal.  However, the fun of opening oysters on vacation in Orlando beats the hell out of opening pearls in sister's apartment regardless if you have donuts from the Doughnut Vault.  But I was actually impressed by the Precious Pearl experience because we got a big pearl out of it.  The cool thing too is that the Precious Pearl includes a necklace so you can immediately wear the pearl (not shown).

So where does this review lead?  I want to go back to Disney World right away lol!!!  Nothing beats hanging out in the World Showcase.  But let's focus on the job first...

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