Extended Stay America - Lafayette - Airport
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... plates, they may walk the walk and talk the talk but it is not benefiting the divide that is occurring here and no doubt throughout the developed and developing world. I have always been aware of poverty and it exists within Australia just as it does here but I see Australia as the lucky country where although the socioeconomic divide exists we don't have 1% of the population controlling the wealth, wellbeing and lives of the other 99%. So we ate our Walmart platter and drank ...
... to see the swamp people down in the bayou but gave me thoughts of the movie Deliverance so we gave that idea a miss. Have become vertical and headed to the Pamplona Tapas Bar. Great food, olives charcuterie, escargot foie gras , mushrooms and a bottle of Rosè, that's just for starters..... Finishing with bean soup then Apple bread pudding and home made ice cream, brandy and sherry. As Monty Python said " just a little morsel more..." Horizontal again.... ...
... last century Acadians have made achievements in the areas of equal language and cultural rights as a minority group in the Maritime provinces of Canada and here in Lafayette. Lafayette was voted the happiest city recently in the USA. Declan is eating a Cuban sandwich not sure watch that has to do with Cajan or Arcadian and I stopped of earlier for some Southern Fried Chicken. KFC you are not on the same page! Well it's 5:30pm and we have found a bar. Unfortunately the southern belle ...
... van again. We made a few toilet stops but we just pushed on so that we could get there as soon as possible. Luckily tonight we have cabins so we don't need to worry about putting up soaking tents and we are going to get takeaway so we don't need to cook either. I think it was around 8pm that we arrived to camp. We put up the tents to let them dry while Nicole went to pick up Chinese takeaway, I also put some washing on and had a ...
... were a few in Lafayette).
Onto Earls Cajun Market for one of my favourite things in all the world - cracklins'. Seriously, I could live on these alone. This would be my choice for my last supper. Along with the cracklin's we also tried some boiled boudin. The trick is to suck it out of the casing just how the locals do it. Tasty and flavourful, I still prefer mine fried (or grilled). As for the cracklins' - just the right amount of fat ...