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... not used to it and we all went back to the hotel for a nanna nap this afternoon.
I left again around 6pm to walk down to the French Market area and flea markets. I could have spent a fortune as there was so many clothes and nick nacks.
On the way there, I walked along the Mississippi and saw the Natchez paddlesteamer that we will be having dinner on tomorrow night.
On the ...
... plantation until 1984.
The difference between creole and cajun is creole is a term used for a person who was born in a place where their parents had come as colonisers. Cajun were acadians from Nova Scotia who were kicked out of Canada and moved to Louisana and lived in the bush basically.
Our last stop on the tour was the Cajun Pride Swamp Tour. This was a blast. We sat on a pontoon and went up and down the swamp. They would call out ...
... the street from our tour bus stop--wouldn't have been my first choice for cuisine but it was close and Kateva can't walk far or fast. We ate outside because it was an absolutely gorgeous day and I enjoyed my veggie dog. Still trying to stick to a vegetarian diet although it's getting tougher. haha
The weather has been pleasant so far although it's humid. Once the tour was over, we were able to board the ...
... own part of the world. I can't tell if its the people, the food, the music, mystery, history, I could go on and on. For me, it's all of it, every single piece of this place gets me excited. Now, all I want to do is take a gigantic bite out of it. We only have tonight. But I will be back next week, I want to do it again and again and again. 12 am, Bourbon St, leaves a lot to the imagination. I write that because I refuse to go into half ...
... the street and find some entertainment!.
Yes!! before you ask... i did leave my sunglasses in the room and my watch and everything else except money and ID. i got this one covered!
The Famous Bourbon Street is not that far from our hotel so we of course make a bee line right for it. I actually would like to spend a few days in New Orleans as this place looks reallycool!
We hit Bourbon ...
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