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... you out right at the gate. It was hard to get to but thanks to the directions from a kind woman at a gas station up the road we made it inside! The newer tombs are upfront and we made our way to the back. I will say I was not as impressed as I thought I would be but it was nice. I think the more historic areas of the city have the cooler cemeteries but I was concerned with the crime level there and so we opted for this as it was definitely ...
... Legba embodied many elements. He understood deceit, had a wicked sense of humour, was often defiant of law and enjoyed the pleasures of a heightened sexuality. Legba was also the god of communication and spiritual language; the gatekeeper between the realms of man and gods. His sign is the Yoruba Cross. The new world interpretation of the Yoruba Cross was the crossroads. Black cultural superstition coagulated with white paranoia, and a long fearful history ...
... and found a lovely building that served us crepes and dessert. They were closing in 10 minutes but still served us with a smile. The waiter told us about their ballroom upstairs that was around in the 1700's, so we had a squizz and looked at another historic room.
The gang had a really early flight so we all went to be bed. We said goodbye to Mark & Rachel and we hope to see them again in this lifetime.
... rental car, and headed towards New Orleans.
--Also, I should mention sometime around this time I noticed I had a pretty sore lower abdomen muscle that was making it a little difficult to move around. There will be more about this later--
Despite my physical afflictions, we were just on such a vacation high already. Most of the hard parts were done with, at least for now.
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... singing is sublime. lyrical and raucous, his personality exuberant, engaging and loving. There is no one anywhere like him. Trained in traditional music from his early teens, he was celebrated for playing tuba in parades and second line for many years-even while he headlined his own band as singer and songwriter at various local clubs, including the legendary Fourth Edition.
After Big Al had finished we popped back up to the hotel room for refreshment and ...