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Back to Bourbon street late morning for another look around – not nearly as interesting this time of day. Still a few sailors wandering around but none of the interesting characters from yesterday. Then on to visit the Chernobyl-like lower ninth ward. Very spooky to be driving around below sea
level, yet seeing people building new homes amid the devastation. Many ...
... citizens, we were surrounded by 20 something college kids and families with young children! This is definitely going to be a different experience! By dinner time there were already many drunk kids stumbling around and yelling. We wondered if they were going to keep us up all night. We settled into our room, unpacked and took a tour of the ship to see where everything was. It is not one of the huge liners out there now, but there are ...
... then chased some live music. After some Cajun in one bar we moved to another to listen to a trio with a Jimmy Hendrix “play alike”… slide guitar on the microphone stand and musical breaks… really entertaining for a couple of hours. A taxi took us home about 11pm.
Unlike our other house mates who hid from us, the new ones, Michael and Susan were really friendly. Susan headed off ...
... moss that hangs from the trees is called Spanish moss and it's an air plant so it doesn't need water or sunlight to live; ('don't let the bed bugs bite' saying comes from these plants) this is because years ago they used to cut the moss off the trees and stuff it straight into mattresses and pillows without letting it dry out and die for 10 days. They still use it today, but they do clean it and kill the plant and termites on it first, thankfully! We came up close and too ...
... in my short stint on the east coast. St Louis No. 1 however had all the bodies above ground and even used oven vaults are part of the wall. This is partly due to the low water table and the traditional spanish method of using vaults. One of the interesting vaults had XXX written all over it and personal items such as lip gloss left on it - we think this one belonged to a Voodoo priestess. The tradition is to write an X, turn three times, knock on the tomb, ...