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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... at 60 mph and we are getting about eight miles per gallon.
We have a sewage tank
The kids have been patient, a bit grouchy but coming right now
was a little taste of Mexico with an American version of Venice canals right next to the Alamo (Alamo was real cool)
Houston can get stuffed
Our night Lafayette was a write off because our spare wheel feel of on the interstate and it took ...
Setting off around 10.00am we pointed Betty in the direction of New Orleans, Bourbon Street.
We've decided to do a segway tour again, and the start point is in the heart of the city.
Much of the central city district dates back to the late 1700's. New Orleans was also destroyed by fires in 1788, although 60 years before San Francisco, I guess it was a risk faced by most major cities of the time..
Hurricane Katrina hit the coast ...
... why it was really funny, what else would I possibly do?
Gordon and I shared an entire language. My family and friends are well aware of it. And I completely believe that the Beast understood what I was saying. I am also aware of how crazy that sounds, but it's okay. The phrases I used most often with him were, "Luddien doots," "Hinz kin been good boy," "Hattnien?!," "Ha g'mornin tines," "Atchdoolien neteh?," ...
... we live in a country free from war because of those that have sacrificed their lives. So many countries we have visited are not as fortunate.
You haven't seen a country's passion for a sport until you've experienced American Super Bowl. I guess the only difference to footy or the horse races in Aussie, cricket or soccer in England or ruby or sailing in NZ, is the impact Super Bowl has to a nation with over 320million people. Every year, this huge country pauses ...
... is, and it is far more enjoyable. On the first night of Contiki we used or recent knowledge of New Orleans to win the scavenger hunt! Though we were surprised to find that 2 teams gave up early (after paying $53 to do the hunt) and paid another $30 to taxi to the end, missing out on all the free food and drinks along the way... Photos to come.... Soon! :) Amanda & ...