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... shower and have some delicious red bean roast for dinner and again by we I mean Jack, Patrick, and I because both Kamal and Jessie couldn’t eat the dinner due to their religion and
challenge by choice attitude (referring to Jessie’s worship of the Veggie Monster). And that brings me to where I am right now sitting in Sean’s living room writing this blog preparing to go out to Frenchman Street and Bourbon Street in a short time. Wish us luck.
They call it stormy Monday, and it was. We set off for a culinary history tour of NO, a morning of walking and eating in torrential rain, thunder and lightening. We learnt lots about the food here, sampling crab cakes, beignets and Po-boys, then found a bar to dry out in and hear a mad zydeco band.
When it rains ...
... with its throws, and we can attest to that as we were literally weighed down by the end. Alex, Ruth and I went back home after the parade and had to take the beads off our necks as they were so heavy! Pete, Jake and Hayley went on to Bourbon Street which we had sen earlier was crazy busy, and apparently was even worse for them. Hayley actually had to throw her shoes away after that night, I’ll leave the rest to your ...
... and what it might be like at night definitely woke us up. Now to get a cab there. We went to reception to get them to call us one, but they said they would call their personal driver, Mr Larry. We waited 10 minutes and Mr Larry turned up in an unmarked car. He was a very friendly coloured gentleman, and he immediately picked up on our accents and was asking where we were from. We told him. He pulled out into traffic, did a u-turn like he owned the street, and ...
... headed up to bed. Ginny had an early flight and I still had a terrible cold. Two nights in New Orleans and in bed before 2 each night, impressive!
On Sunday, Leah and I found an awesome brunch place, The Ruby Slipper Cafe (http://www.yelp.com/biz/the-ruby-slipp er-cafe-new-orleans-3) which got its name for the calming and hopeful feeling of returning to NOLA after Katrina. The food was as heartwarming as the name. Leah and I split the St. ...