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14th September 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel15 things to do in Lafayette, Louisiana
Lafayette is located in the southern part of Louisiana. Because of its rich history and beautiful landmarks, Lafayette is really a city that you everyone should explore! One of the places that you shouldn’t miss here is the Acadian Village. It would give you a glimpse of what happened in the past. ...
19th January 2021 by PommieTravelsThe best ghost tours in New Orleans
Do you believe in ghosts? Would you like the chance to see some in real life? Would you like to test your skepticism even if you don’t believe in ghosts? If so, the best place to do it is New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. The city has been made famous by hundreds of works of music and literature and is said to be the most haunted place in the United States of America. Nowhere else in the country will you find so many places that allegedly go bump in the night, and so that makes it the ideal choice...
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in February
Plummeting temperatures do little to help the onset of post-holiday blues, so what does that mean for travellers? A hot, long-haul trip to distant shores where the sun is shining, festivals are in full swing and prices are cheaper than January.If you embrace the cold and can’t wait to get the snow gear out, you’ll also find an abundance of powder in some of the world’s top ski resorts. Get ready to drag out the festive season just that little bit longer, with top holiday places to visit...
14th January 2021 by While I'm Young10 best places to eat in Lafayette, Louisiana’s cajun heartland
I’ve always said that the best way to experience a destination’s culture is to taste it, and my trip to Lafayette to experience Mardi Gras at the heart of Cajun Country was pleasantly full of belly-busting gastronomical experiences. Now that my guide to the best things to do in Lafayette, LA is live, I just had to share a foodie post all about some of the best things to eat in Lafayette, Louisiana and the surrounding area....
14th January 2021 by While I'm Young15 fun things to do in and around Lafayette, Louisiana
Lafayette is the hub city of Louisiana’s Cajun & Creole Country on the American southern Gulf Coast. A cocktail of European, Caribbean and African influences bestow a unique charm on the destination. Lafayette is like nowhere I’ve ever been before and it made me want to see more of the south – when travel is back to whatever shade of normal we can salvage, that is....
14th January 2021 by While I'm YoungExperiencing Cajun Mardi Gras in South Louisiana
I’ve yet to experience the N’awlins version, but my trip to Lafayette during Mardi Gras was a whole lot of good, clean fun. I visited during ‘Deep Gras’, the booze-and-gumbo-fuelled period that kicks off when Acadiana’s residents get out of work on the Friday, and ends on ‘Fat Tuesday’. By Ash Wednesday, only a smattering of coloured beads swaying from the trees around town prove Mardi Gras ever happened....
21st April 2021 by Inside the Travel LabThree days in New Orleans for the curious traveller
Embrace Creole and Cajun with this tailor-made New Orleans itinerary. From the voodoo of the French Quarter to the beat of Tremé and the gentrified Garden District, here’s how to spend a foot-stomping three days in New Orleans. Most visitors get their bearings in Jackson Square, a rather clinical looking parkland in front of the austere St Louis Cathedral. Twas here that the Louisiana purchase took place, making the ground a National Historic Landmark, but today it bursts with character,...