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... cab turned up for us!
The water and humidity affected me yesterday, so I happily stayed inside, but this afternoon we braved the weather and caught the local bus. Amazing it cost only 40 cents each into the centre of the city. Despite the thunder and cloud bursts, we explored the French market which was fascinating with lots of foods, and exquisite masks for Mardi Gras processions.
This city is still trying to recover from the effects ...
... dolls cheap tshirts, cheap everythings. It was cool in a trashy way, but there was one more cool touristy thing for Sam.
As we wandered back near the counter, a giant big brown rat shot across the floor and disappeared under the counter. Sam froze, she's not big on rats even tourist shop rats. The guy at the counter leaned over casually and said "was that what I think it was?"
Yup, it was.
... we leave) and a sazerac cocktail (bourbon, bitters, absinth and fruit juice).
Afterwards we walked along to Frenchman Street where all the clubs playing live music, but it was pretty crowded, so we came back to a cafe on Decatur and had expressos and southern comfort and chocolate and peanut butter cookies.
Ian wanted to get a take away sazerac but couldn't find one in any of the "cocktails to go" places, so we just came back.
In a short while the man will be ...
... past surgeries. Since this does happen somewhat regularly we did not think much of it. I was getting over a cold and Kaitlyn did not feel well so we decided to just take it easy. The next day Kaitlyn was still in pain and now had caught the cold I just got over. Still, the pain was not excruciating so we took Gordon to the park, ran some errands and returned home for our daily hot tub soak. That night we watched a movie and the pain got worse. ...
... for a bit with a three legged dog, then walked to Jackson Square. Saw some artists and bought my brother Mat a small painting for his birthday. Kept walking to Frenchmen Street and saw the Spotted Cat and the Maison. Walked back along the riverfront.
That night we went to an NBA game - New Orleans Pelicans versus Chicago Bulls! Justin bought tickets a couple of nights earlier for only $5 ...