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... and Spanish moss trees all along the route. Passed by lots of bayou's all along the way. Kept looking out for alligators. Yikes!! Our first stop was in Duson, LA where we stayed at the Frog City RV Park. It was a nice park for the night and the folks were extremely hospitable. The area is known for its Boudin and Cracklins. Boudin is a spicy red blood sausage and Cracklins are fried pork rhines. Billboards all along the ...
- I ate more food than I have ever consumed in my life! There is NOTHING like food in the South. I don’t think I could ever eat BBQ anywhere else EVER again... I had enough snoballs to cover the North Pole with an extra layer of ice, and I gained 10 lbs.... YIKES! Maybe my metabolism is finally slowing down and all my bad eating habits are catching up to me!
- I also fell in love. Head over heals in love. It is ...
New Orleans, has always been very high on our
bucket list and at last we can tick that one off as well, like so many others
that have been eliminated on this trip.
I must say
it was everything that we expected and more so. We had booked into a very
quaint old but refurbished B+B called Creole Gardens.
Not the greatest to look at from the outside, especially thinking back to our Las Vegas pad, ...
... this street was undesirable and it proposed a nervous and uncomfortable feel. Fortunately, the daytime hours contributed to our protection and we would learn not to take this street in the future after sundown. The cracked avenue eventually curved around and we were able to find an access road to take us back and into the hotel parking lot. We checked in, were offered free margarita’s as it was Margarita Monday and happy hour. We took our bags to our ...
... long as I'm in bed by 10.00pm of course)
We headed off about 9.00am for the drive back to LA. Hire company's don't like us to return cars to different locations, especially the likes of Eleanor..
Boarding our plane bound for New Orleans about 5.00pm, Brad and I were separated by a few seats. I was fortunate enough to sit next to a couple from LA, Marla and Jonny. Chatting about the peculiarities of Australian culture, we laughed and ...