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... the sweatiest person here. So I decide to head back to the Hostel, I have a bit of a rest and then meet Julia, from Austria (she's 20 and working as an au pare in San Fran at the moment) who is completely mental. We decide to get some drinks and go out later the outside area of the hostel is pretty cool, pool and loads of places to meet people. So we chat to a couple of ...
... brother when we were growing up. We used to play EB, Exuberant Badminton, in the yard; this self-created game required that we hit the birdie as high as possible each time, and see how many times we could hit it back and forth, even rescuing a shot after the birdie got caught but fell out of the trees. Our best game was well over 150 energetically high hits; after playing EB with Jim I could never quite restrain myself playing badminton ...
We listened to some really good jazz while we were eating a buffet dinner of gumbo, catfish, pastas, salads, and then their specialty of caramel bread & butter pudding.
It was a lovely view of the city and bridge on the way back. A short stroll back to the hotel to walk off dinner ended another busy day.
... to a cafe for some dessert. We all had different types of crepes such as nutella and strawberries and cream.
We had our last walk down Bourbon street and to our surprise it was ridiculously busy for a Monday night. There seemed to be a lot of older people out, so we concluded that Monday night must be the old peoples night!
We had an early flight the next morning so we said goodbye to our new friends and headed back to our room for bed.
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... given night and see 30 or 40 bands playing,” he said. “All over the city, whether its at the schools or somewhere else, kids are still excited about this kind of music because its the tradition thats been handed down and its what they’ve been listening to for years.”
His own school-age efforts as a performer, however, were something less than wholly endorsed. “They made me take off my band uniform at a football game when I started playing ...