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... is stay away from Bourbon Street and other tourist traps. The locals go to a little street called Frenchman Street. This dingy little street (do not wander into any alleyways down here) is where the locals go. Here you will find food and drink at reasonable prices and the best jazz musicians in the city - note, it is worth booking in advance. See a jazz wedding parade in New Orleans = ...
... sudden a state trooper pulled up in the middle of the intersection and stopped traffic. A cherry picker backed right up to the traffic lights that were on a pole parallel to the ground across the highway, he tired a top to it and raised his picker so that a truck with a conex could get underneath it. I saw the truck with the picker list to the side, it was loose as and once the truck went through, the bloke came back down and off went the picker etc. never seen ...
... see the effect. They're rented properties by the government, the lease is 99 years at $99 per month and then they are the home owner's; but most of them have been passed down through generations of their families so probably wasn't as much in price as they are now. We went back down the river to another turning where we spitting loads of alligators!! A few times we were surrounded by around 8-9 alligators and some if then weren't small!! They came really close to the boat. ...
... back at the hotel to check my emails and found out that my photo that I entered into the iPhone Photography Comp had come third place, since been published on hundreds of websites worldwide. This news was kind of counteracted by news from the car hire company in New Zealand that we rented the Thirsty Turban from had received a speeding fine for us. Went for a big night out in New Orleans, hitting Bourbon Street with a big bar crawl. Had a great night, big love for New ...
... stay in our rocking chairs on the porch. Yikes, back inside, the mosquitoes are out and hungry.
Tomorrow we are taking a tour of Laura plantation and may go into Baton Rouge. Lots of graveyards around so hope to get some rubbings but not here as it is a graveyard for the family of the slave owners. I will consciously try to keep in mind and pay tribute to the poor people who were enslaved and suffered so.