The House on Bayou Road
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... much then as it does now! You hear a lot of sirens in NO and the police presence here is strong.
When we get down onto Canal St, Paul wants to move away from "that homeless guy pretending to be a statue". What guy? I ask and he indicates the statue that is actually a statue. My hilarity for the day! Judge for yourself, I will post the photo.
Anyway, I want a beignet from Cafe Beignet and Paul wants to go out to the Museum of Dance and Feathers ...
... Legba embodied many elements. He understood deceit, had a wicked sense of humour, was often defiant of law and enjoyed the pleasures of a heightened sexuality. Legba was also the god of communication and spiritual language; the gatekeeper between the realms of man and gods. His sign is the Yoruba Cross. The new world interpretation of the Yoruba Cross was the crossroads. Black cultural superstition coagulated with white paranoia, and a long fearful history ...
Okay lets hope this gets printed.
I had some photos I wanted to add, no luck.
Fingers crossed for today then.
Although the day started off very frustratingly, because the bus just went sailing by! We managed to gather strength to go again an hour later.
We went to visit St. Patrick's Church in Camp Street. This was built in the early 1820's for the growing Irish population. The congregation ...
... to do was sleep. In our typical fashion, after our set of 3's was over, Lee and I said that everyone was safe and well. And better we have such frustrations when we can at least speak the same language. Better to happen now, than in Europe.
Day 3 in New Orleans. We all woke up late. Decided we better go and look at something touristy, seeming as we were there and actually had a car ...
... a theater full of special effects. The forty-minute film gives a stirring view of the financial and political state of the globe as country after country was drawn into WWII. The impact of the film is made with special effects through the vibrating seats, strobe lighting, props and buildings that rise from in front of the giant screen and snow flakes and smoke enveloping the audience. The global human cost is given center stage ...