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... horn towards it. You didn't need words to explain what was going on. Mr Rhino you are the boss, I give in and submit to you, please let me grovel and explain. This advance/retreat process was repeated a few times and then they left each other alone.
We saw quite a few turtles sunning themselves in the pond area, Matt saw his favourite animal (leopard) and a couple of others high up on the list - jaguar, white tiger.
There was also a great bird ...
... few girls who'd clearly already started their party. One of them spotted the dogs and began singing a pretty slow, drug-fuelled rendition of 'Who let the dogs out' going about it all soul, arms in the air, etc. A couple of locals sitting on a shop step having a smoke watched this little parade go past them, snickering quietly. As I strolled through in the wake of all this, they caught my eye. I glanced back over my shoulder at ...
... back. He thanked us and said to tell our friends and that he hoped to see us again, so here it is...if you go to NOLA, be sure to stop in at Turtle Bay on Decatur St. in the french quarter...if you are there in the evening, tell Brad and Rebecca that we sent you!
Leaving town early in the AM, heading north. We will be staying in Shreveport tomorrow night. We have had such a great time here, can't wait to come back.
... usually rising to about 38 degrees and black clouds and thunder storms for about an hour each day.
Just back from Bourbon street is a street where the artisans hang out with their fantastic shops selling hand made jewellery, paintings, costumes, metal wear and loads more. We wandered this street many occasions, sometimes, peering in windows to visit later, or going in and admiring the works of art and having a chat with the artists. Luckily for Jon, those ...