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I didn't get to see too much of New Orleans. I arrive early in the morning, sometime before 7am and thankfully the rain had stopped. I knew it would be too early to check in to the hotel so headed towards the French district and stopped in the nearest cafe for breakfast. I knew I had a few hours to kill before I could unload my backpack at the …
Last night I had a great time with two couchsurfers (check out the site couchsurfing.org) in the french quarters. I have now had a hurricane...which was huge (its a drink) and I got to take the glas home with me.Today I am watching the USA-Ghana game and then we'll see what the rest if the day brings.
So last night I went on the "ghost tour", which was nice, but not at all scary, just a lot of historical info mostly. And I got to se bourbon street in the french quarter which offf season (in other words when its not mardi gras) is like ayia napa combined with the red light district in amsterdam....not really a fan of bourbon street this far. …
I am in love with this city. Even though its a little hot I was able to walk out for three hours this morning in the french district. Its all very touristy, but pretty, and me saying I love New Orleans already is probably as untactical as saying you love Gotland while only having visited Visby at "Sthlmsveckan"...yes that one is for all you swedes …
My stay with Casey and Allan was a glorious one and we managed to squeeze in quite a few things during my stay. I now know I am a big fan of brisket....is that the way you spell it??
I let them try salty lakrits...which they didn't like, and we made pannkakstarta, which they did like.
I helped out at vacation bible school at their …
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