Has this ever happened to you?
You’re walking through one of the parks, and you spot something that you swear wasn’t there the last time you passed through.
I thought so.
Well, it happened to us the last time we visited Epcot’s World Showcase. Between the Germany pavilion and the Africa-themed Outpost, we found the “Bead Outpost”. Now, call me crazy, but that was not there before … was it?
Usually, as we stroll past Germany – on our way to visit China, Norway, and Mexico – Mrs. All in WDW and I …
… engage in the same, old conversation. We look at all that real estate separating Germany and China and come to the inevitable conclusion that all that space would be perfect for a new pavilion or two.
It was actually one of those little walks that inspired the poll I ran back in early February to “re-imagine” World Showcase. If you remember the results from that day of voting, if it were left up to us, the property currently claimed by the Outpost would be replaced by any of Australia/New Zealand, Russia, or India.
Anyway, the Bead Outpost intrigued us in its apparently “sudden” appearance but mostly for its purpose. Take a few minutes to take a short pictorial tour and learn how WDW ‘left-overs’ are being used to provide support to Waters is Life – Kenya and Outreach Uganda.