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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
MONDAY 3 APRIL - EL PASO. DAY 14 Very, very occasionally I get the urge to go for a run and this morning I did. I jogged around the city, up a hill for about 45 minutes but the 30C+ temperatures made running hard going so that was enough for me. Back at the hostel, Lewis accosted me with one of his lengthy and painful conversations. This one was …
... or water, we were quite impressed. One of the longest bridges in the world is in New Orleans and is 38kms long, there are a number of other bridges there that are over 10km long and hit the record book too. So in case you weren't aware, Louisiana (particularly New Orleans) is very flat, has a lot of water, is prone to flooding and has a great network of bridges!
We arrived in New Orleans about 10am Thursday, 14th February and headed straight to the ...
... was complete with Saints colors on the canopy,
voodoo dolls and altars on the stage, noise makers for people to use ..
the list is endless!
with beer, jello shots, chocolate cake and other food goodies. The
whole neighborhood came and went throughout the game. We kept bouncing
from Billy's place (where we're staying) to this ...
... Ix Lumel with a decent restaurant. If you decide to go into town don’t take the bypass, just continue in to town straight ahead and ask for directions to the hotel. Continue following the signs to Arriaga/Tonala. At km 65 the road divides, follow the sign to the right to Tapachula/Puerto Arista. At km 283 is the check out point to get your vehicle checked out of Mexico. This is very important! There might be men or boys wanting to help ...
... of us but I soon learnt that out here, they are king and they will go wherever they like, even if it means jumping on to the boat to get there!
We soon discovered that gators are addicted to marshmallows. Our guide started throwing some in to the water and suddenly we had several around us. One in particular let him touch and pet him, but only while he had food.
The bayous ...