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... for about ten minutes before anyone noticed us. We didn't care, we were just chatting about our afternoon adventure. When the waiter finally did come by, he apologized for the mix-up and offered us a free dessert. Not one to pass up free stuff, we thanked him and he told us that if we wanted the double chocolate bread pudding with ice cream - their house specialty , that we had to let him know as it had to be ...
... It was a company called New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours and we met behind a bar. It was a small group, only a total of 5 people: Mirza, me, the guide (AJ), the owner of the company, and the guide's friend who was in town from California. Mirza and I shared a kayak (thank god.. if I had to paddle that thing myself, I wouldn't be going anywhere). It was so beautiful... and kind of smelled at some parts. We had to maneuver our way past trees and watch out for lines ...
... 8217;t care if it’s illegal!”
Monday 26th January
Yes, it’s Australia day and we did raise a toast at some stage! We had another great sleep in and managed to be out of the house by about 10am! We took a bus into Canal St and checked out how we can get to the airport by bus tomorrow. We tried for the 4th time to check out a special shoe shop for ...
... wig, with the most amazing false eyelashes and gold sparkle eye-shadow and the longest gold sparkle nails He is not a Pretty Woman more like Little Richard as Larry says. Anyway it is a very nice hotel and very close to the French Quarter so it was Hello New Orleans!
We have ridden on the Charles Street Tram, seen the Mississippi River, been to the Garden District, had a Mule ride through the streets of the ...
... part though was when we walked into a country band playing, took over the dance floor and Shani and Vanessa took over the mic and sang "let it go" from frozen. After three days of hanging out we headed towards San Antonio. Tom had been talking about the Alamo, I had no idea what he was talking about but when we got there it turned out to be one of the dramatic show downs in history when Texans stood up against the Spanish and died in the process. San Antonio was ...
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