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... Rouge (100km) away. He was our UBER driver and had driven the 60 miles to try and get a few fares around town as there was a football game on and it may have been busy. The average wage here for teachers isn't much and obviously insufficient for him to have to UBER to make a few extra $. So back to our Walmart experience with the guy in front of us returning items as his credit / debit card was maxed and he only had $18 in cash. Should I have given him the extra $10 he ...
... 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.... ...
... Cajan Country The Acadians are the descendants of the original French settlers in the northeastern region of North America comprising what is now the Canadian Maritime Provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island, Gaspé, in Quebec, and to the Kennebec River in southern Maine. The history of the Acadians was significantly influenced by the six colonial wars that took place in Acadia during the 17th and 18th century. Eventually, the last of the colonial ...
... of the label Acadian. The word "Acadian" has modified in language usage to today’s term Cajun. It seems to be a term the people use proudly. Also, we’ve noticed that the local TV station and newspapers refer to the area as “Acadiana” rather than any other geographic or regional term. It’s used the same way we would use “The Research Triangle” or just “the Triangle”. ...
... as we still had an hours drive left. Headed back on the road, and pulled into our hotel, at about 6:30 p.m. We were starving so after dropping off our luggage, we headed back out. One of the great things about road trips is trying new and local food. Luckily there was a Raising Canes right across the street, so we didn't have to. We will be here for two nights. Hopefully we get to check out some Cajun food ...