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... your toast or these fancy waffle-making machines that you put the batter into and turn out waffles in under 2 minutes.....amazing!
Still struggling even after breakfast and a shower. So while Paul is attending to some business I go out in search of the elusive good coffee. I ask at the front desk and clearly they are heathens because the 2 poor young things in their naivety offer up Starbucks- eeugh. Then they suggest a place called PJs, a few blocks away that ...
... They were ridiculously tiny. They seriously needed to get out and see an Australian salty.
These ******* were so tame they weren’t even interested in ripping our Captain’s arm off...
Rach did fall for the baby gator though. His name ...
... Craig kept throwing them into the water and the gator kept eating them. With that, redneck number 2 bought his airboat into our dead end and jumped off his boat to have a bit of a play with the Gator. The man was nuts. he gave it a hug and had a bit of a dance with it before getting back on his boat. The man was a nut. Even our redneck said he wouldn't do that.
So it was on with the tour. A bit more speed, a bit ...
... for the day was a creole plantation named Laura Plantation, after its last resident. This tour was in much further detail as they found her dairy in a library in France. Creole Plantations differed hugely compared to the american styles ones. They were built on stilts and were very colourful. (There was a law that made all plantations be painted white, when the house was restored they chipped away coats of paint to find the original colours). In ...
... scene perfectly. We bought our tickets and walked through the landscaped gardens ringed with pecan trees, to first visit a recreation of the slave quarters as they would have been at the height of the plantations’ reign. The original slave quarters had been demolished but the owners of the plantation had used historical documents and images in order to build model huts which told the stories of some of the slaves and their lives. The huts also served as ...