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Nita had never been and I haven't been in years. We wanted to see how much of it had been restored after Katrina and experience the 'crazy' of Bourbon street.
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... would, but he'd had no-one book for tonight so the tour was cancelled. As I was about to walk away, five girls arrived asking about the tour as well, and suddenly - we had a tour!
I grabbed a traveller from Pirates and we started our walk at 7.30. Our guide handed out a couple of tools that we would use over the next two hours - a laser gun that measured the temperature of whatever you pointed it at, and a gauss metre that measures electrical current. Apparently if ...
We got up early for breakfast and then went back to bed for a bit. Jym doesn't like getting up early. He said it’s his vacation and I should stop telling him how to enjoy his vacation. He is right so I decided to just let him sleep in. It’s something he never gets to enjoy working so early so I just make him get up for some food and then he can rest again. It gives me time to blog as well.
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... different from all the other places along the Mississippi we have visited. We did a City Tour which is often a great way to get some kind of a feel for a place. I think this is especially so for place like New Orleans as it has a number of very different areas. While I knew from my previous 2008 work visit that the French Quarter didn't flood I certainly didn't realise that the major damage was caused by the breaching of the levees of Lake Pontchartrain, in quite a violent ...