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... huge church centres. It is rare to be a non church goer with this category a significant minority in the community. Apparently there are more churches in the USA than fast food restaurants. In addition to this religious devotion, I am also beginning to understand the devotion to American football. A football game is far from just about the game but rather about the atmosphere of the stadium. Cheerleaders, marching bands, baton twirlers are all a part of the ...
It wasn't the most exciting of rides we have done, although the roads were pretty good. We took an unintended detour due to the GPS and a missed turn so travelled from Missisippi; Florida; back to Mississippi and into Alabama today. The ride was broken up with refuelling; drinks and back on the bike.
We did stop in Chunky River Harley Davidson in Meridan on the way.
Got into our hotel and were greeted ...
... gold and brown.
You think of lands you journeyed through,
of paintings and a dress once worn
by a woman you never found again.
And suddenly you know: that was enough.
You rise and there appears before you
in all its longings and hesitations
the shape of what you ...
... right on time, help with the bags, delightful chat all the way, this young man will go far. lost everything in Katrina, so starting over. What an ambassador for his beloved city! Anyone looking for transportation in NOLA, please call Gabriel. Was a VIP driver one time, now in a new business... Take off right on time, early into Atlanta. Now I know, take back my earlier comment; largest, busiest airport in the world, works like a charm, no hassles, complimentary shuttle to Airport Marriott, drop the bags, let's go ...
... scenic, but not for any conventional reasons. We weave our way through town, with the neighbourhood getting rougher and rougher, bars on the windows and people just sitting outside their houses staring out at the street. It pretty much went from first world in the centre of town to third world on the outskirts – a town in Botswana would not have looked out of place in some of those neighbourhoods.
We make it out of town ...