During our recent visit in the Crescent City, we were given ample opportunity to taste New Orleans. Here are our favourite cafes and restaurants in town.
Rambling along New Orleans' riverside one day, we come upon the Creole Queen. She is about to sail down the river. Do we want to come along? Now or never... Of course we hop on - and are glad we did. It wouldn't feel right [...]
Have you ever wanted to experience Mardi Gras? Me, too. As it happened, however, life (i.e. other travel plans) meant we would be in New Orleans 10 days too late. As with most things in Louisiana, Mardi Gras came with the French settlers. Records from [...]
New Orleans streetcars have plied the city's streets for almost two centuries, originally horse-drawn. Couldn't have been easy being a horse in those days.
Earlier, I've told you of my first trip abroad - to New Orleans. As an eleven-year-old, I thought it was an exciting and exotic city; the colours, the smells, the people, the jazz, the streets and the street cars, the shops, the horse-drawn carriages... 1. [...]
By Catarina Redisch at Tarcoles River, Costa Rica When we were in Costa Rica, mum wanted to visit a coffee plantation. My sister and I would rather zip line. We were going to fly between 9 platforms. We took a bus to Tarcoles River. As [...]
Bridge of the Americas at dawn I've meant to write about the Panama Canal for a while now. Just needed a little nudge - and received it with this week's #frifotos* theme: bridges. So here, finally, are a few images of a day spent crossing [...]