New Orleans…


Wow…what a state filled with so much culture and music.

From Pensacola we drove through a couple of states… and we decided to stay in new Orleans because (girls trip and food) but the rich culture over rides it all. So grateful we get to do this and do it as a family.

We walked for hours and hours around the famous french quarters. With music and people all around the streets especially bourbon street was jumping with music. But around night time it got too much for our kids so we left.

We got to eat at cafe du munde…I think that I was a bit disappointed. Its “fried ballfrot” like we will say in Ghana. Fried dough with powdered sugar. And seem like its owned by Asian people which is weird too. Lol…anyways we did take a picture and tried the friend dough…

We also got to see some street performers and the palm readers… and we got to tour the voodoo mesuem which was interesting on it’s own. Will share pictires.

We also got to eat gambo at the famous Melba. I hope I got the name right…lol…

We had some crawfish and some gambo and some bbq chicken

It was really just ok. Overall food in new Orleans is ok for me and my family…

Now the highlight of our trip is our drive to the whitney Plantation…now that is something new as we have visited mesuems and we have also tour places telling the story from the masters perspective…with this plantation was telling stories from the slaves eyes and we got to see where they sleep and work. Wow…

This place is been open only for 3yrs now and it’s truly an amazing experience if you are in new Orleans to do. Its suppose to be the only one that tells the slaves stories. Am so grateful for this particular experience.

We are leaving tomorrow…going to Memphis

Tennessee… so we say thanking you to new Orleans for hosting us .

RV exploration Continues…


About manns7worldtour

A Black Young Family Travelling around the world for 5yrs with 4 of their young kids. Father is a Chiropractor and mother homeschools their kids while on the road. They have done Southern Africa, Western Africa, East heading to Asia...And on and on...

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