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... landing boat featured predominately in this buildings exhibit, they are the well known landing craft you see on movies or footage where the men hit the beach and the front drops down so they can all run off. That landing craft was invented by a company here in Louisiana and there were some old company representatives who volunteered at the museum to talk all about the boat. I didn't care too much so I just looked around. The museum told the story of the war in ...
... few 'local shops'. Really want to get to a Walmart - and see if we some locals of our own!!!! But tomorrow morning, we are off to see Graceland - something on Andrew's bucket list so he's a bit excited. Find it hard to believe that it was a month ago that we left Perth. The time has gone so quickly - but at the same time we have done so much and seen bucket loads. Very, very lucky. Looking forward to the next month :) Hope all is ok in your world Take care Love The ...
... as far as I could tell]: shrimps, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, garlic, chorizo, boiled rice and lots of chili. Eaten with garlic bread it was delicious particularly on a cold day. I passed a happy 2 hours in the sunshine wandering the French Quarter learning something of New Orlean’s history as I walked the narrow streets with their 18th and 19th century buildings with their distinctive French ...
... loads of movies including another one of my favourites Labyrinth.He was born in Leland and then moved on to do all his stuff elsewhere. Inside there was loads Kermit stuff and the woman who worked in the shop was really cheery and made up to see us. She took a few pictures for us including a picture with a massive Kermit. Think he was bigger than me.
Arrived in Clarkesdale and it shocked me as to how run down everywhere was, it was the ghetto in every sense, as soon as ...
... stomach from our big lunch and Absinthe is medicinal right? Pirate's Alley Cafe was the place to go. I tried the Swiss stuff. P had the Lucid. Lucid was better. The Swiss just wasn't a strong enough flavor. In fact, the Lucid could use some more oomph too...I actually might like absinthe better without the water!
It was getting to be that time of day, so we stopped at Rouse's market for "supplies" (ie, champagne) and took our daily siesta back at the ...
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