Magic Journeys

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I am a relatively new fan of YouTube’s personal content. By that I mean those folks who create content for non-commercial viewers. I got my first taste looking for walk throughs of the Disney parks and discovered Justin Scarred and Randomland. Then, because I love food, I looked to see what else I could find, and came across Magic Journeys – a foodie vlog focusing on foods found in the Disney parks, Knotts Berry Farm and Universal Studios.

A Different World

Food vlogs cover a wide variety of topics and ideas, but Magic Journeys has always aimed to give the viewer an armchair view of the foods, restaurants and possibilities that can be found in the parks.

I love that hosts/presenters Mig Vee and Janell both love to eat and love to share what they discover.  They are honest about their experiences, so the viewer gets an honest opinion.  Mig Vee is not much into fruits and veg, while Janell loves a good salad or fruit plate.  Janell loves (and I mean LOVES) chocolate.  Neither is a fan of old or stale bread.  While neither can be considered a gourmet, both know what they do or don’t like.

I love when they explore the Food Festivals!  These have really taken off in the past couple of years expanding to cover both Florida and Anaheim parks.  The offerings are varied and almost always unusual. 

Not Like Other Food Vlogs

Lots of food vlogs seem to approach the same types of content with an air of expertise that is fine, but just doesn’t do it for me.  Kind of like reading Gourmet magazine when I really just want to skim through Taste of Home.

I do watch some food vlogs that focus on food preparation, but that is not what I look for when I aim to watch Magic Journeys.  I want the experience of walking through the parks, picking up a great snack or sitting down for a nice meal.

Check Them Out – Explore

You can find Magic Journeys by going to YouTube.com and searching for Magic Journeys in the search box.  Don’t forget to subscribe and click the bell to get notification of their newest videos – and don’t forget to click the “LIKE” button if you like what they’ve offered.

Go back and see their earlier work – the Knotts Berry Farm Chicken Dinner vlog is amazing!

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