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... house like most in the area. The water was so high they had to use an axe to cut their way out of the attic. At the end the guy just pulls a baby alligator from under his chair and starts passing it around. It was quite cute and really soft, although still had razor sharp teeth that nearly ended up on my ear after the lady holding it behind me dropped it on my shoulder.
We drove a few streets out from where we were staying and quicky realised the ...
... 11 - $20 / foot. The sex of an alligator is determined by the temperature of the egg, warm = male, cool = female. Alligators have 3 eyelids (crocs only have two) and lots lots more...
We had a really good time on the tour, and came away with a new found respect for wetlands.
After a lot of thought, we have decided not to go to the Jazz Festival. On advice from locals, there is an anticipated audience of around 400,000 people over the course of the ...
... of the plantation until it went bankrupt and was sold for a mere pittance of it's worth. The plantation was run by various owners for a number of years but the homestead was abandoned, being too palacious and expensive to maintain. Finally in the 1900's a couple (the Stewarts) purchased the plantation and began the laborious task of restoration and refurbishment in line with the original fittings and furnishings of the 1800's.
An interesting tour.
In New Orleans, Steinbeck parks Rocinate in a parking lot on the edge of town, so he can take a taxi to see the Cheerleaders at a nearby school. The Cheerleaders are a group of woman, who hated black people and didn't want white children to have to go to school with the black children. After seeing the Cheerleaders yell at the innocent people, Steinbeck is disgusted. He buys a poor-boy ...
... first thing I thought was how clean the airport was! In the bathrooms, the toilets had a sensor which you wave your hand over and then the seat cover changed. And, like many American toilets, it would flush using a sensor too.
Bourbon street in New Orleans is a lot of fun! Some very colourful people :) During the day I found there was not that much to do. A lot of art and antique shops. Most other shops were souvenir shops and they were all the same. ...
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