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... some houses have been raised on stilts, then abandoned as the owners ran out of money.
Today the rain was so heavy, that very soon the roads were like small rivers in parts, but it was warm rain like the tropical islands we went through on the ship.
We gathered a few brochures to see where we can explore without a car. Now that I can semi cope with the heat, I'd like to see more
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... mission down a short section of the Guadalupe river but other wise the time has been spent finding and hanging at at Banks, Walmarts and tyre shops and we are all over it!
Fortunately we are pretty much done with all that, **** and I am stoked with the results! we have a working R.V that has cost us almost half of any with similar miles or year. Its pretty rough but only cosmetically and I'll keep chipping away at some small jobs. the V10 has ...
... set out again down to the French Markets. In the Brew Pub Ian had the seasonal ale and then a Black Forest one, I had fried alligator with picante sauce which was delicious.
The French Markets are sort of flea markets come artisan markets, bit like the Rocks Markets in Sydney. Quite interesting and colourful, but we didn't see anything that caught our eye. We did take some photos of the Mississippi and bought a book to follow a walking tour of the history ...
... she took us to some big double doors and yes there it was was, a huge screen with Spurs warming up - great. Got talking to the other 3 supporters (one with a Spurs shirt!) & it seems he started supporting as he loved the way Modric played - anyway a great game even though we lost, couple of beers as it was almost midday. Then on to New Orleans & found the hotel Royal on TomTom & when we arrived it was in a really pretty street in the French Quarter close ...
... Apart from saying hello to each other when we met, the other family never said a thing nor asked any questions the entire two hours of the trip. On the other hand we made up for their lack and asked questions and listened to our guide's wealth of information about the swamp. Time fails me to tell all we heard but here's a few things that were impressive.
The river we toured along was Pearl River which meets up with the Mississippi somewhere. It gained ...
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