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... eastern Canada. The mix of the French, Spanish and native American makes for lots of interest. Our visit with Bill & Debbie was great. They are terrific hosts and we felt very at home in the relaxed environment. The antics of the two cats was also fun to watch. Pensacola is a very interesting city. It is situated on the Gulf and fortunately is in an area which is seldom hit by hurricanes so far. It is the oldest settlement in the US but not continuously. First settlers were ...
N'Awlins Baby!! This place heaves with crazy characters day and night, there is no shortage of nutters in this place…but nutters are sometimes a good thing,. New Orleans is a unique town that radiates originality and a hippy-ish, funky feel. Loca people say that you can barely walk down the street without seeing someone you know because around 85% of its residents were born there…they never wanted to leave and now we know why. They say if you marry a ...
... to four feet in length for females and 8 feet for males, so they are quite small in size to the croc. Did mr sooky have a reaction to the gators, nope just sat there not really even looking at them. At any one time we had about 5 gators around the boat. Apparently the only colour they can see is white, hence the white marshmallows to attract them, and what colour shirt did I have on, yep it was white, According to Alan I was crocodile food for sure..lol. We probably ...
... of bars, restaurants and adult entertainment. The street was great for people watching! There was lots of street entertainers,jazz musicians and the stripper girls were all out trying to get customers (including a couple who wore only glitter on their top halves - and not much of it.) New Orleans has the last paddle steamboat on the Mississippi so we took a ride on that. It was lovely and relaxing but not very scenic, mostly industrial with ...
... and I think we decided it was about 20% Australian as there were things on there that I have never seen..
We also found out at the Hotel that we could have stayed on that Bypass freeway in Houston without paying !!! Darn it !!
Tuesday we kicked off early as I wanted to visit Lafayette...Big mistake, lack of signage and maps we just drove around, finally finding the downtown which was rather lack lustre, so we pulled out and moved onto Baton ...
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