We are starting to wind down now with just two days left in New Orleans before our very long flight back to Australia. We thought we would try again to find something open on Frenchman Street but once again everything was closed. It was 11am and nothing really opened until 5.00 pm so we had a delicious brunch in a lovely little cafe on Frenchman. After this we decided to walk in another area of the French Quarter that we had not been and believe me there are not many areas left that we have not walked! The area we walked, the Faubourg Marigny, is lovely and very much like the Garden District that we had visited and few days ago.
There was a lovely courtyard area adjoining the bar and everything they cooked was on a bbq so we decided to grab a bite to eat before heading back to the hotel. I had pork ribs and they were lip-smacking good!
Back in our Hotel room we enjoy the show below us on Bourbon but tonight was even better when we had a group of men perform there rap routines. They were so good but it was very funny when they grabbed some "rich white men" from the audience and tried to teach them to dance.
You also see some sad things on the street. We watched a husband carry his wife over his shoulder (she was totally out of it) and when she got too heavy he placed her in a doorway, took her bag, and we later saw him come back with the car to collect her. While he was gone she completely passed out on the footpath. Many walked around her but a group of young girls stopped and helped her up, went and got some water and she thanked them by spewing all over them.
Ahh. Another day in New Orleans. Here are some street scenes.
JUstDreamInparadise.......JUDI living in Paradise
I am fifty something and I love my family and the life I live. I'm an optimistic person by nature and I try to find a positive for every negative. I'm not a vegetarian, but the animal I eat is. I enjoy cooking, photography and scrapbooking. Since living here I have become a gardener and take immense joy in the beauty of my garden. My husband and I feel that we are the caretakers of the land rather than land owners. We run a grass fed Droughtmaster Stud on our little piece of Paradise and the cattle are a never ending supply of photo opportunities.