Category Archives: Louisiana

The Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina 7 Years Later, New Orleans

New Orleans has always been on my list of “must see’s,” in particular, I wanted to experience the Lower 9th Ward, which was devastatingly ravaged by the Category 5 Hurricane Katrina on August 28, 2005. Of all the cities around the world

The Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina 7 Years Later, New Orleans

New Orleans has always been on my list of “must see’s,” in particular, I wanted to experience the Lower 9th Ward, which was devastatingly ravaged by the Category 5 Hurricane Katrina on August 28, 2005. Of all the cities around the world

City of the Dead – St Louis Cemetery #1, New Orleans

For those of you keen to soak up the company of a decaying body or pile of bones from the other side of a cement wall, Saint Louis Cemetery No. 1 is for you. It is the oldest cemetery in

City of the Dead – St Louis Cemetery #1, New Orleans

For those of you keen to soak up the company of a decaying body or pile of bones from the other side of a cement wall, Saint Louis Cemetery No. 1 is for you. It is the oldest cemetery in

The Big, Easy: New Orleans

I finally arrived in New Orléans and it’s one of my favourite cities in the United States. It moves to its own beat, is rich architecturally, historically, and in cuisine. The streets are joyfully filled with a faint clarinet and

The Big, Easy: New Orleans

I finally arrived in New Orléans and it’s one of my favourite cities in the United States. It moves to its own beat, is rich architecturally, historically, and in cuisine. The streets are joyfully filled with a faint clarinet and