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well we are safe and sound in New Orleans, the culture and atmosphere of this place is awesome, so many beautiful buildings and the architecture is stunning. The cottages are so detailed , we have fallen in love with New Orleans. We started our morning of by walking to the French quarter which is literally like 1 minute from our hotel, we had breakfast at the French market cafe purely to listen to the Jazz music they were playing with breakfast, we met our first local Too ...
... equal pressure when the wind hits and does not blow off. It withstood Hurricane Katrina up to a point. It sits 23 feet above sea level and at that point on the water, Hurricane Katrina was at 24 feet. The Hurricane was not supposed to hit Biloxi and with only a day and half notice they didn't have time to pack up the house other than shut the shutters and ply board shut the windows and doors. Katrina did eventually blow in the front door and when the wind was allowed ...
... had marshmallows and Frankfurt sausages and placed them on a stick for them to come up the boat and jump up for the food. They are massive!! They can live off just 25-30lbs of food a year and can shut down 3 out of 4 chambers of their hearts when resting or sleeping with only 1-3 heart beats per minute! I think that's pretty incredible for such a huge animal. They can swim 25mph aswell so I'd definitely have no chance what so ever if the boat sank! We went into the swampy area all ...
... area that was worst affected especially as even almost a decade on many houses are left as ruins as people have chosen not to come back to the area. On some of the abandoned houses you could see numbers sprayed on by rescue workers to show which houses had been searched. The numbers referred to the number of bodies found. The tour then went on to show how things are finally getting better with more investment in the area, including brand new houses built under the ...
... a New Orleans native and after Katrina he donated a million dollars to his community to rebuild - now called the Musicians Village you were only allowed to live there if you helped with the rebuilding of the homes. There is a music school and hall and a children's playground as well.
After the tour we went back to the Riverwalk Plaza - met up with Rob and had drinks and tried Gator Bites at the Crazy Lobster.