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... hurricane. Who knows what's in them but they are delicious and potent. We spent a couple of hours at pats before heading out to find somewhere else. We pretty much spent the rest of the night bar hoping from place to place. We saw some karaoke, hip hop, jazz and then 90's music hits. Needless to say we spent most of the night dancing away to 90's hits before finding some pizza and going back to our townhouse to crash for the ...
... well as lots of ducks. Got really close to a Giraffe - had to step back to get it all in with my wide angle lens on. The girls reckoned I'd taken enough photos and hustled me out at 3.30 without seeing the reptiles or the seals.
We were looking for somewhere for Marie to get her nails done but the Mall where Joeleen took us didn't seem t o have a nail shop so we went looking for somewhere to eat instead. We ended up at ...
... the windows. I woke up the next morning alone in the van with texts from Dylan stating that there had been domestic violence the previous night. I hurried up to Dylan's flat and was filled in on all the details. They were so surprised that I did not wake up as apparently it was so loud and really near to the van! It was just the most random, horrible thing and I just felt so sorry for Dylan. He is genuinely the loveliest guy and seems to always put others ...
... Will struggling with his words. I found out later, it's just a roll. Like a chicken roll, or roast roll. With Erin being ready, Will asked if I want to go up to the show grounds with them. I was happy to. So I walked up the road while Will spoke of the history of places and houses along the way. A high school up the street was noticed by me on my walk the day before. At first I had thought it was abandoned, but as I walked past, I found it wasn't. It was just in a horrible ...
... conditions and despite our winters, frankly neither am I.
The first couple of days here were spent exploring and finding our way around the French Quarter. Our plan was/is to be in and out of here before Mardi Gras starts and from our initial impressions, its a good idea. Despite the cool temps, Bourbon Street was still very busy with tourists, vendors and locals.
We spent one morning photographing one ...