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Kid Creole and the Coconuts

one of the baddest musical figures ever is August Darnell  better known as kid creole.

musically he has pushed many styles in his musical vision. theatrical, which blends… 136 more words

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Au Sud de L'Equateur

Last night, my boyfriend and I went to a relatively new restaurant called Equateur in Subiaco for his birthday. I found out about it when I was looking at nearby restaurants on Urbanspoon sorted by rating. 328 more words

Food

Orange Walk

Early wake up for  a scrambled egg breakfast a-la Michalina style at the hostel and then off we went to Chetumal. Just under four hours later and we were greeted with some unexpected news at the bus terminal that there were no buses to orange walk in Belize from here but over in the Mercado nuevo terminal. 741 more words

Turtle and Turkey Gumbo (New Orleans, USA)

Where to get it:  Everyone’s momma cooks gumbo in Louisiana, but our bowls were gotten at the luxurious Commander’s Palace in the famous Garden District.  Go for lunch and you’ll save a bunch of money on a fantastic dining experience. 1,105 more words

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Central America: Belize

Belize was a pleasant surprise. Colorful, lively, informal - I felt instantly welcome here. The people are humorous and friendly.

Our first stop in Belize (after half a day on a Chicken Bus and a ferry ride) was the island Caye Caulker. 172 more words

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Chicken, Chorizo and Prawn Jambalaya

Geeky I know, but one-pot cooking gives me immense satisfaction! None of that pretend one-pot cooking, where you have to cook a few bits, then scrape into a bowl and cook the next bit in the same pan – thereby needlessly dirtying a bowl.   577 more words

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A Beginner's Guide to the Architecture of New Orleans

When you think of New Orleans, Louisiana, you normally think of Mardi Gras, jazz music, good food and the French Quarter, but there’s a lot more to this city than one might think, especially architecturally. 528 more words

Architecture