Bois des Chenes
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... plates, they may walk the walk and talk the talk but it is not benefiting the divide that is occurring here and no doubt throughout the developed and developing world. I have always been aware of poverty and it exists within Australia just as it does here but I see Australia as the lucky country where although the socioeconomic divide exists we don't have 1% of the population controlling the wealth, wellbeing and lives of the other 99%. So we ate our Walmart platter and drank ...
Having been in the go for 3 weeks straight today is an official Rest Day. We are staying at the Ramada (would recommend to anyone). Huge place complete with convention centre. So no alarm this morning but still up by 8am and breakfast in the hotel, eggs bacon, fruit, coffee, juice... Back to the room for a read and a snooze. Room was made up whilst we were out very efficient. Caught an Uber into town for lunch at Jolies Bistro, up market but not overly ...
... last century Acadians have made achievements in the areas of equal language and cultural rights as a minority group in the Maritime provinces of Canada and here in Lafayette. Lafayette was voted the happiest city recently in the USA. Declan is eating a Cuban sandwich not sure watch that has to do with Cajan or Arcadian and I stopped of earlier for some Southern Fried Chicken. KFC you are not on the same page! Well it's 5:30pm and we have found a bar. Unfortunately the southern belle ...
... of green pastures with beautiful green trees and lots of grazing cows. If not for the power lines that marred the view, it would have been perfect. Honestly, I don't think Texas has ever buried a power line. They love their erector sets that hold the wires up high and transfer power from station to station.
We followed the trains all morning and we saw many, most heading west. We saw three in the just 20 minutes. The ...
... and served over grits typically for breakfast or brunch.
After breakfast we drove over to for a quick look around Beaux Bridge. This little town is gorgeous. Full of antique stores, beloved cafes and the old bridge is worth a look at.
One of the main reasons that first got my interest in Lafayette was the Cajun Food Tours. Receiving rave reviews and a little over a year old the company was founded by Marie Duote-Comaux, who was a ...