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That extra hour of sleep didn't quite go to plan, as jet lag reared its ugly head. I think changing time zones and then going to bed at normal time didn't do us any favours. Rather than lie there at 1.30am, we went down to the hotel restaurant where Ted felt like a lasagne and I thought a hot chocolate was more midnight snack worthy. Luckily we …
... as the main burial ground when the city was redesigned after a fire in 1788.
I was curious as to why the dead in New Orleans aren’t buried underground as they are in most of the rest of the country, so found this out: the main issue is that New Orleans is actually located slightly below sea level. Because of this, the water table is quite high, and when early European settlers put coffins under six feet of earth, they found that the water level would ...
... There's only a couple of places that play decent music on Bourbon Street, and Jock and I managed to find this after trawling through the people, the hawkers, the scammers, the people on hens parties, the costumed trying to shock, the drug dealers and the Jesus freaks. We poked our heads in a few places and laughed that drunk people were dancing to re-mixes of the worst songs on the planet. I figured you'd need a lot of alcohol for this place to make any sense, ...
After a lie in we ventured into the French quarters for some food. I tried a po-boy which is a New Orleans sandwich basically soaked in gravy. This went down a treat and I felt much more alive after! We then walked down to the voodoo museum where we were taking part in a voodoo tour. It was very interesting though not what I had expected at all. I thought voodoo was all spooky and dark ...
... more amazing food. The highlight of the various dishes we sampled was undoubtedly the blackened catfish which was delicious. Another local favourite we sampled was 'grits' a kind of rice pudding (but corn) type savoury meal. It wasn't really for us. In fact it was a bit gross. However, we'd have eaten 10 bowls of grits each if it meant we could have had the catfish. The food was washed down with home-made lemonade. How anything made from ...