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... and I headed out in a taxi to Kermut’s mother in law bar …….. and sampled the barbecue chicken included in the cover charge. The bar was in full swing and packed to the rafters.
Then another taxi to the Maple Leaf bar and guess what, it’s in Oak Street Uptown. There were 8 trestle tables set up along the middle of the band room. Then I experienced my first shrimp boil. ...
... up and headed to the awards banquet. They do a really nice job of making the banquet room look festive. We heard the Singing Pilgrims, a group of both old and new Delta Sigs, and they were actually pretty good. They give out awards from six categories but the most important to me was the Harvey H. Hebert Award which is only given every two years and only received by three people. It is recognition for outstanding service to the fraternity on both ...
... Costa Rica. It was steaming hot by 9 am, when we ventured into the town, and we were immediately surrounded by people clamoring to offer taxi service, tour service, anything. Persistently.
We walked several blocks of the main street and decided we’d never seen such poverty. Strong whiff of raw sewage from the storm drains. Hopelessness on people’s faces. Most of the shops sold cheap stuff from ...
Wednesday 21st January. Melbourne to New Orleans
We stayed overnight with Michelle and the next day had a very cruisy start with a 1245 departure from the house to take a couple of buses to the airport. All went well and plane left on time. The best news was that the plane was half empty so Wendy had 3 seats and Rick, 4. We slept very well on our horizontal beds! 14 hours later we arrived in ...
... antebellum mansions stratech along the famous river road – a 70 mile stretch between New Orleans & Baton Rouge. They had high ceilings
The levee used to be 4 feet high and back then you could see the river and the steamers coming down it . Now the levee is 40 foot high and the river is no longer seen.