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... When I put my pirate costume on I looked ridiculous but not as much as Paul. He wasn't happy at first but he got the most attention, he was like a celebrity. We got to a bar and 3 of us had masks on, the bouncers made us take them of so we didn't look scary at all. The drinks were strong though so we didn't need much, we headed down bourbon street and there were some really good costumes. My face was soaking because of the condensation of the mask. It was a decent night ...
... hovering around the pier were enough to turn me off! I thought they were sharks first off they were that big! Beej found a stamp shop so that freed me up to browse to my hearts content. Really enjoyed our day here.
Cozumel, Mexico - Mexico at last. Mules pulling carts driven by gringos n sombreros and free tequila! Cozumel was a nice little spot, very green. Again, lots of rich people shopping (diamond shops etc) but some nice little markets. By now we realised that ...
... We sat down and ordered the biggest drink in New Orleans (The hurricane) which were very strong. Then we jumped up and grabbed some of the food in the buffet which is where I tried Gumbo & Rabbit for the first time, then had mash, sausages and salad it was delicious!! After dinner us girls explored the boat and took Titanic photos and lots of sunset photos it was one of the prettiest sunsets I have ever seen! Followed by more hurricanes and a massive ...
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... on it, an hour a day.It is a 10 minute drive east down the Westbank Expy to Algiers Point, another small town, similar to Point Edward, within the metropolitan area, where you catch the Canal Street – Algiers Ferry. This is a great service, easy to get to from the other side of the river, not congested, parking can be found for free, at least this time of year, and although there is a $1.00 charge per car, pedestrian traffic travels for free and you are let off on Canal ...
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