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I knew I was less than 1/2 km from my hotel, she was already calling for the turn but we were going no where. My riding tack is comfortable enough at highway speeds but at a standstill I immediately begin sweating. Then if I sit still for more than 30 seconds The Rocket's electric radiator fan will turn on and blow stinky hot humid radiator air back on to me. Gross!
I thought I'd be sneaky and run on a street one over that was parallel to ...
... looked as if it had not been used or played in years. But i guess that is the interesting thing behind jazz. While learning how to play the instrument and just being around people there, we heard the New Orleans dialect (form of language in a specific region),which was funny to us because they called houses “shotguns”ad just sounded so amusing. Not only were their dialects very interesting but the instruments we played were too. ...
"Walking to New Orleans
I'm walking to New Orleans
I'm gonna need a pair-a shoes
When I get through walking these blues
When I get back to New Orleans".
"Fats" Domino, 1950
Unexpected treat to be able to get to the New Orleans Jazz Festival.
Took a bus to the last day of the Festival, after waiting one and a half hours for a bus to arrive (Sunday). Spent a ...
... we ventured out for most of the day starting at Oceana; a great restaurant the Louisiana State Police Greig met last night referred us to. I had the Cajun sausage breakfast which was andouille and alligator sausage, eggs, hash and 'biscuit' (accompanied by the mandatory breakfast bloody mary) and it was all incredibly delicious. Greig had what he claims to be the best omelette ever with alligator sausage ...
... back onto Bourbon Street where I picked up some free smokes and we made our way to the end before deciding to turn back around and head back into the thick of it. We stopped off at Rick’s Cabaret for a drink where Pete and Jake (who hadn’t clocked the name) were surprised when they went to the toilet that the backroom was a strip club! I was not as surprised but sadly we didn’t stay around to enjoy the all the amenities the establishment offered.
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