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Woke feeling better. Msg from James. Had a whatsapp chat. He is off to Amsterdam next, then London. Seems ages since I have seen him. Then I got to Skype him !!!! He has a moustache and a beard now. It was so wonderful to talk to him. He said he will come to NZ in a year. I'll pray for that !! Luke warm shower as they are fixing the plumbing !!! Didn't take me long to walk down to the steamboat. $30 for a cruise. So so hot, nice to be ...
... this year during Mardi Gras. Sonya Thomas, also known by her nickname The Black Widow, and "The Leader of the Four Horsemen of the Esophagus", consumed 41 dozen oysters in 8 minutes! That is 328 oysters in 480 seconds (1.46 secs each).
Makes my 60 pale in comparison, and to be honest, the last 6 were a struggle, luckily they were slippery!
I stayed until closing time, 10 PM! Then decided to spend my last night on Bourbon Street so I got myself a ...
... famous trailer (healer) and most important Voodooienne in New Orleans. She specialized in affaires d'amour and love potions. She was a practicing Catholic and humanitarian; she adopted orphans , feed the hungry, took in homeless, visited condemned prisoners and cured people during the yellow fever epidemics. They also say she was psychic, but she really wasn't she just was a hairdresser and knew all the gossip so she would know things about you. She died in 1881 and is ...
... I left the tour about half way through (had seen enough and had enough) and explored the gardens a bit more.
These houses are huge. Not only are the houses large but the individual rooms are also big. Since the Civil War the plantations have changed hands (owners) many times.
The Jazz Festival has commenced in New Orleans, making it very difficult to find somewhere to eat. We ate at a very low-key Italian restaurant. The food was ...
... stopping for coffee and a beignet on the little balcony at Musical Legends Park, followed by Jambalaya and Gumbo at the Old Coffee Pot. Then we visited the balcony of Dickie Brennan’s which has great views over Jackson Square before trying the roast beef po boy at Johnny Po Boys. To finish we stopped at Laura’s Candies to try some pralines. There were dishes of free samples scattered around the shop, so everyone tried a bit of everything before Lyndel sent us on ...