Photo by Bigstock/CherylCasey The folklore-like stories connected to it are legendary. Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, is the last day of the Carnival season. One last opportunity for Christians to let loose before they must settle down into a pattern of fasting and penitence that is the season of Lent. It is colorful. It is […]
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Impact on aquatic ecosystems begin with activities that inspire children to learn and take care of the environment and the creatures who reside there.
When mentioning Louisiana, Mardi Gras, Bourbon Street, and plantations probably come to mind, but one of the true gems of Louisiana is the abundant wildlife.
Get up close with insects, butterflies, and snakes at any of these spots and have a creepy, crawly, good time!
Smooth Jazz, rhythmic Cajun and Zydeco music, superstitious folklore, spicy fare that is internationally influenced, as well as varied landscapes including circuitous bayous, white sand beaches, and rambling prairies; are just the beginning of what you’ll find in the alluring state of Louisiana.
There is just something about New Orleans, Louisiana. Once you visit that beautiful city along the Mississippi River, it becomes a part of you. New Orleans is a city that you can’t help but want to return to.
2011. It has such a great ring to it doesn’t it? A new year means new resolutions, possibilities, and of course, new vacation plans. It seems as though everyone in the travel industry is making predictions about what the big vacation destinations will be in 2011 and Trekaroo has decided to throw its hat in […]