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... was – Michael Jackson, I
did laugh and that was actual fact as they all told me that it was, he was a
lovely guy although sometimes he couldn’t understand me and I couldn’t
understand him, what with that and the loud music, made an interesting
conversation. By the end of the evening,
he had actually asked me to go out with him!
Ha ha, but not the Texas billionaire I’ve been looking for, so I
declined. In no time at all it ...
... Street or, as Madge has suggested, Kings Cross on steriods.
Kaf befriended a leprechaun before indulging in a number of beverages.
Kaf appears to like her drink a lot. Maybe a little too much. Think she may have been a bit unsteady on her stick after that one. Lucky she also had some yummy Gumbo to soak up the ...
... baseball game, the NewOrleans Zephers up against the Albaqurcee Isotopes. There were only about 600- 800 there but it was a great family atmosphere.The New Orleans Jazz Festival runs over 2 weekends - Friday to Sunday. It was without doubt the highlight of our visit to New Orleans. They set it up inside the Fairgrounds Racetrack. 13 stages and about 10 acts each day on each stage. There had to be at least 60,000 people there on each day ensuring a great atmosphere. On ...
Today is the culmination of all the previous Mardi Gras celebrations, all the parades, all the bead collecting and well... craziness. Today is just one big fancy dress party... today is Fat Tuesday!
Well maybe for everyone else it started out like that... for us well... did you read yesterdays blog??? Yes we were off to rather a slow start today. Once I was up I just wanted a cup of tea and a couple of pieces of toast ( with vegemite that we had stashed ...
... a brass band of old black musicians waiting to parade then down the streets of the French Quarter. The grandma told us it's called a "second line", where the "main line" was the bride & groom and their wedding party, followed by the band, and then the rest of the wedding guests twirling parasols or handkerchiefs in the air. They walked blocks thru the French Quarter to their reception location, with everyone on the street cheering them on and joining in. ...