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... at various local restaurants. It is a very sweet city...not too big...not too small. It was especially great to see family and to sleep in a real bed for a few nights in a row. Thanks Sue and Steve for your hospitality.
Big alligators, baby gators, turtles, herons, egrets and all manner of Spanish moss oak tree swamp critters were seen along our nature drive in the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. It was great to be able to drive slowly through this ...
... them marshmallows?! Yep! Our hotel in New Orleans turned out to be an entire house in the French Quarter. It was fantastic....a double bed all for me! I've never been so excited :) we changed in to our Goodwill outfits (god help me) and headed out for dinner and drinking on Bourbon Street. We stopped at a local restaurant called Oceana and a handful of us decided to try out the local delicacies. My choise, 'Rice and ...
... alligator basking in the sunshine on a log. It was clear from this, that the water temperature was higher than the air - no mean feat in the humidity and heat of the swamp. The engine started again and we careered once more around the waterways, spotting around fifteen more alligators swimming slowly and menacingly on the surface. We saw another heron, a blue one this time, wading in the shallows and then we came to another stop.
Today we drive to New Orleans! A stop we have all been waiting for .... Mainly because it means beds... Actual beds with mattresses and pillows! One thing I can say for sure is after so many nights in a tent, I will never take my bed for granted again! We had a long drive today but had a few hours stop because it was the day of the swamp tour. Unfortunately we got lost on route and ended up turning up nearly an hour later so people were rushed into the boat! However ...
... for it's mix of french and cajun fusion, but we didn't get to try all the southern culinary delights, not enough time.
We did the tourist 'swamp people' air boat tour and it was pretty cool. The air boat just glides over the water and even grassed islands without a bump. Stopped and fed the 'gators' in various spots, while our guide gave us information on the wildlife and the canal area including stories of Hurricane Katrina. He and his family have a ...