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Streetcar in New Orleans

New Orleans on a Budget – Free Guides, Cheap Eats & Live Music

New Orleans is arguably the most unique city in the United States.

Settled by the French, ceded to the Spanish, turned back over to the French and eventually sold by Napoleon to the United States¬†in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, one can get a sense of the city’s diverse background from the change in management alone. Add upon this the culture brought over by the enslaved Africans and the influence of the Native Americans and Caribbeans, and you’ve got Creole, a stew of diverse ingredients not unlike the city’s beloved gumbo.

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Night Lights Around Jackson Square New Orleans

Backpacking the East Coast

Words cannot describe how meaningful it was for me to quit my job and backpack the East Coast. I will never forget the places I saw, nor will I stop loving the people I encountered (unless, of course, I suffer a case of explosive amnesia). Words cannot describe the change that occurred within me those three weeks, but if I had to try, it would go as follows:

Plane.
Orange.
Tuba.
Aragorn.

Enjoy :)

Boston

Boston

New York City

New York City

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach

New Orleans

New Orleans