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Travel Blogs from West Memphis
... starts happening, Blues Band after Blues Band, every where you turn, inside or outside complete with street performers. But getting a beer is tough, this town is Bud and Bud light, maybe a Miller for a change. I tried one of there craft beers, ended up dumping half of it out it was so bad. Same for Barb's drink over half got thrown away. The longer you stay the crazier it gets. ...
... water covering the road to the main office.
For dinner we ate at Rendezvous which was an authentic Memphis BBQ restaurant and served famous ribs! I tried the rack of ribs and I ATE THE WHOLE THING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes! Life achievement!
We then strolled down to Beale Street (a.k.a. Pervert Plaza, Slum Street, Alcohol Avenue, Loser Lane, Ratchet Road.) In other words it disgusted me. Like ...
... whilst it was ok, it wasn't really anything to write home about - or in here for that matter! What was quite exciting, though, is that not long after we came in, a group of 12 came in and had delivered to their table an actual real life man vs food challenge...the biggest burger you will ever see in your life, called the Kookamonga. The actual challenge is for only 4 people to finish it, but they were going to share it between the 12 of them, it was so ...
... people... Lots of 'em.
Watching a thunderstorm from above the clouds
and finally... Checking into a hotel at Memphis airport with a giant bed and a shower... We made it.
... and to think, y'all thought it would be me causing trouble ;)
Tomorrow we pick up the hire car and head to Beale Street and Sun Studios and the real adventure starts.
G'night from us until tomorrow. We're gonna have a brew and get some shut-eye.
... Bron-er –Win,
you promise me you‘ll be safe angel?
Honey, now you take care. Jesus
loves you and you’ll be just fine in this life of yours…you’re full of heart”.
We hugged and both stepped up on to our different
buses. I was amazed that a person whose
life is about to change fundamentally had the capacity to worry about a
stranger and touched that that stranger was me.