Halloween in America has got a reputation for being unreal, and it is definitely not an understatement thats for sure. Although we were in Miami for halloween night I thoroughly enjoyed all the halloween decor around Disney. It all looked so impressive and fun, I was jealous of all the people who got to stay in the park past 5 to do their Halloween themed evenings! Guess that means I’ll have to go back one day, oh no, what a shame (mwahah).
Once Halloween in Miami rolled around we obviously couldn’t do your typical trick or treating because we were in America so why not experience it right? Although it was one of those nights that I wished again that I was 21 because we headed out for the main halloween antics in the evening. We had got word from one of the hotel workers that they closed off a road just for halloween not far form the hotel. Unfortunately I can’t remember the name of the road but it was closely to the Hilton on South Beach Miami.
So GJ, Ims and I all decided to dress up, my sister wasn’t really into it but hey whatever you’re up for! We did your typical blood coming from the lips and dark eyes and we hadn’t really planned to head far and dress up. I had a crown on my head like some sort of dead princess, I’d say for make shift costumes we didn’t look too bad!
It was the real costumes of those down this street which were impressive. We all headed out together, both families, to this road/street. We also went for some food down there and it was so lovely. As we were walking down the street you could just feel the baseline of heavy music as you walked and it was loud.
All these clubs and bars had their doors open with music playing outside, there was flashing lights and people everywhere. The atmosphere was insane, hence why I wish I’d been 21 at the time. It was definitely more of a drinking thing on the street we’d been sent too. But it was a wonderful experience, we bumped into the pope and we also saw a ‘real life’ sausage dog, everyones costumes were proper full blown costumes and I was incredibly impressed.
Unfortunately we couldn’t stay but it was totally understandable as once we had finished our food it had gotten SO busy outside and we had to younger ones with us, not only were they tired but to traps them through the rowdy crowds would’ve been totally unfair, so we called it a night!
To go back and celebrate Halloween in Miami, or anywhere in America for that matter, is definitely going on my bucket list.