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... into Louisiana.
We were happy to finally set camp. The park is big and empty. There were only four other campers here when we arrived. Period!
There is a small bayou in the park and then a big one right next door. Then (hooray), right next to that, is a big open air fish market!!! (so excited for ...
Gemma said that to leave New Orleans was the first time she felt sad to be leaving a place. I would have to agree. Although leaving the lights, fast cars and fast drinking of Vegas felt like we were leaving somewhere on the 'bucket list', four nights there was enough for Vegas Vrigins. The smoke, gambling and seediness of the place became a little merged and we were ready to hit the road by Monday. New Orleans was as equally seedy with its drinking culture, fish ...
... think so. We will both go. They say they only have 2 rooms left at the other hotel, and weren't exactly reassuring that they would hold them for us. I had unpacked quite well upstairs ready for our 3 day stay. Darn it. In our travels I can think of 2 other times we have had to pack up and get out quickly.
Hopefully, this finished that set of 3 (years later) as well.20 minutes later, ...
... the aftermath of a natural disaster, even 9 years later. For those of us that did not experience Katrina personally it’s easy not to fully understand the breadth and depth that such a disaster can have. Many people with long histories in the city had to leave afterwards, and so as the city rebuilds, it does so with many new people seeking opportunity of various kinds.
What a trip! Not even sure where to begin, so here are some highlights...
... for it's customers!!
As we made our way up the river we saw a fishing 'village' which still had the wreckage from Hurricane Katrina (8 yrs ago). There are a few pics of houses tipped over, debris on the riverbank etc. We also saw some houses which had the river water lapping on their verandah - apparently these houses are known to flood two or three times a year!
We also saw a few floating houses - a new innovative design - house sits atop 55 gallon ...