The Crescent Palms Motel
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... a little while before disappearing. He came back for his phone, then went again.
The guy who had his text message alert on the clowns horn noise, but the volume up loud, and a fair few text conversations on the go by the sounds. Turn the bugger down!
The two across the aisle who keep snoring... oh wait, that's Julie and Sandy! haha :P *Sorry guys couldn't resist ...
... military number plates. The vehicles do not appear to be associated with the Russian aid convoy that is camped 20 miles further down the same road. Russia claims it wants to prevent a humanitarian crisis in eastern Ukraine, where civilians are caught in the crossfire in a conflict between pro-Russian separatist rebels and government troops that began in April. Intense shelling on Luhansk and Donetsk left more than 25 people dead, while Ukrainian forces reported nine ...
... get out to do short hikes along the way.
And then we hit "Nawlins". New Orleans is one fabulous city. We arrived on Halloween and were royally entertained in so many ways! WOW. The drive into the city on the shuttle bus was a blast chatting with the “zombie” tenting next door neighbours from our campsite. They were traveling on motorcycles and were just so delightful and knowledgeable about all manner of things. Halloween night in the city was one ...
... Henry mentioned on the tour this morning - New Orleans has drive through Daiquiri stores! These are completely legal and even if the cops pull you over, as long as the cup lid is in tact (ie, you haven’t stuck your straw through it) you won’t get busted. Who could not love this city!!
We drove down the gun barrel straight Interstate 10 for 35 minutes to reach our destination - Honey Island Swamp on the Pearl River - crossing Lake Pontchartrain via a ...
... seems to have petered out more than a decade before the "official" end of slavery with the American Civil War. Music and celebration returned to the square just before the coming of the 20th century, but it wasn't until 2011 that the name Congo Square was officially restored and homage was duly paid. All this was the reason I tattooed myself years before with an African Yoruba Cross. I had thoroughly researched the symbol before the tattooing, during my ...