NEWPORT BEACH — Sitting at a white-clothed table, with fresh croissants and fruit in the middle, pearl white yachts a stone's throw away and Porsches and Lamborghini's coming and going across the street, it was like something out of the movies for 10 Colombian orphans Saturday morning.
For the day, these kids' dreams really had no frontiers, and it came thanks to an organization of the same name and their famous supporter, Sofia Vergara of "Modern Family" fame.
Sueños sin Fronteras, Dreams without Frontiers, showed the kids between 10 and 14 years old a gourmet breakfast at the Balboa Bay Club & Resort in Newport Beach before whisking them off to Disneyland with their most famous sponsor Vergara, also a Colombia native.
Since 2005, the organization has singled out Colombian orphans who, above all odds, have succeeded academically in the country's public schools. The group encourages the kids with promises that once they turn 16 and have to leave their respective orphanage, they will have financial support to continue achieving.