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... at 60 mph and we are getting about eight miles per gallon.
We have a sewage tank
The kids have been patient, a bit grouchy but coming right now
was a little taste of Mexico with an American version of Venice canals right next to the Alamo (Alamo was real cool)
Houston can get stuffed
Our night Lafayette was a write off because our spare wheel feel of on the interstate and it took ...
... he was very good too. We then went to see the end of a set by a Brazilian band which was on one of the open air stages. They sounded a bit african to me, but nothing special. We wanted to see Buckwheat Zydeco next but there was a bit of a wait so we went off to purchase our official festival gear (45th anniversary T Shirt for Ian and Hawaian cami Bayouwear for me - this years style being watermelon - for those who need the detail). We also bought lunch - there was ...
... 8217; and this cool ‘mysteries’ programme which was really dramatic and over-acted. It’s been quite a quiet day by our standards, but we’ve really enjoyed it and feel like we’ve seen a good part of New Orleans….especially as a lot of it is geared towards drinking and partying and that’s not really our scene anymore. Plus, we need to get our rest, as tomorrow we’re headed into the bayou so spot gators!
... and it's ready for when he needs it). The guide explained about the history of the cemetery, moved from it's original site in the mid-1800s as the graves were sinking (New Orleans is pretty much built over bayous, like swamp land). Most bodies are now in above ground tombs to avoid them getting waterlogged and vermin infestations. Many of them are set up like 'apartment blocks', with a body placed in an 'apartment', then after a year pushed ...
... the bad damage was cleaned up long ago but there are still many abandoned houses and vacant lots with neighborhoods likely never to recover to their original state. Sad but the reality of nature and building houses below sea level with the hope that levees and pumps will keep you dry will probably see other disasters in the future.
With a little grocery shopping in the Garden ...
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