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... is full of the weird and wonderful.
Every afternoon we experienced Louisiana's thunder storms, with torrential rains and extreme lighting, and theres no escaping it.
We tried another local dish called Jambalaya, which is shrimp, smoked sausage, chicken and a slightly spicy rice. Another tasty southern dish.
Bourbon Street is full of fun from 6pm onwards. The street is blocked off for pedestrians only, all bars serve 'roadies', ...
... the driver. They have to be heard to be believed! The longer you stay, the more it makes sense. eg. Massive cars make massive people feel normal. A smoothie should be simple, just fruit ice and a blender, but not in Smoothie King where there are vitamin shots, Greek yogurt and energy bursts and more permutations than enough. Sadly no choice is simply fruit ice and a whizz... That would not command the price. Talking really loudly means that you may be listened to even though ...
... be one of the most active sites in the French Quarter. Michael said it is one of the only places he has seen activity WITH HIS EYES. Most of the time it is your other senses that pick things up or photographs and video footage.
Sadly we couldn't go into the ballroom as it was set up for a wedding, but Matt is super keen to get in there at some stage during our stay.
Hopefully I won't have trouble sleeping tonight!
L & B x
... little group outside my door, so naturally I decided to make friends with them. Cause, y'know, keep your friends close but your noisy neighbours closer. The rain never passed but I still had a nice evening in warm conditions with a bunch of Americans and Australians discussing their various heartbreaks and sex lives. The usual stuff that would never normally be socially acceptable with a stranger but because you're all on vacation it's fine. The next day was dry but hardly the ...
... each day with breakfast at out favourite little local cafe nowhere near the French quarter. The food and staff where so friendly, we just couldn't go past it.
Last day and we did the tram uptown to a park to get a bit of nature, before back to give the French quarter a day time walk around. It was another perfect sunny day in the low twenties, and we enjoyed surveying the little corners and secrets courtyards around the colourful district. I'd say its ...