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Navigating the streets of New Orleans was not as difficult as we had feared and we were soon on our way out of the city and onto the freeway. After around an hour and a half, our first port of call had to be breakfast - we were ravenous and knew we would need plenty of provisions for the long drive ahead. We pulled into a service station for breakfast and stocked up on enough junk food to last us for a couple of hours.
After another couple of hours ...
... a small town (Glendale) still trapped in the 1800. Had the best Kentucky Fried Chicken at a restaurant in on old southern house. Picked up a few souvenirs from a bric a brac shop....didn't think the lady behind the counter was ever going to stop talking. Our last stop in Kentucky was the Mammoth Caves, the largest cave system in the world, currently 400 miles discovered. We did the Historical tour into the cave.....really interesting, we went ...
... the reason why the international bbq festival in Memphis sucks.
So, our Nashville buddy Ozzy Mark, J and myself all went in to Memphis last night and thought that we'd lucked out big time by stumbling in to the city during a huge food festival. We were led to believe by the event website that the $9 entry fee would provide us with a couple of hours of free samples and good banter from the world's best bbq cooks. While this may well have been the case during the day, I don't know, ...
... rest of the night was to head down to the conference room, where we would have a quick meeting on what time we would leave in the morning – the plan was to leave early, so we could get to new Orleans and still be able to have a look around, once the meeting was over we ordered pizza, ate it while watching a movie, talking and relaxing. Because we were going to leave early in the morning, most people went off to bed by 9.30pm, i followed soon after and went to bed by 10pm.
... turn (I’m not a good navigator) and ended up on a narrow rocky dirt road with no cell reception. We climbed through the hills for about an hour, and every house we went past (not many) had signs up saying ‘No trespassing’ and stuff. We were a little worried about getting a flat tire, walking up to a house and having someone pointing a rifle at us! We made it out though with no problems.
Driving through the countryside all over the USA so ...