Global Nomad in America
Pics and moments from America - from north to south and west to east.
Maui Wine, Hawaiʻi’s oldest, most famous winery is located on the slopes of Haleakala in ʻUlupalakua.
Louis Armstrong Park in the Tremé neighbourhood of New Orleans. The statue of Armstrong.
New Orleans. Cafe Beignet at Musical Legends Park on Bourbon Street. The bronze statues of Al “Jumbo” Hirt, Antoine “Fats” Domino and Pete Fountain.
Right on the beach on the road to Hana. 1 for Food among Maui restaurants. Gorgeous views, excellent service, and great food.
Ching's Pond - also called Blue Sapphire Pools - a beautiful place at Keanae on the Hana Highway,
New Orleans. One of the many parades on Bourbon Street.
New Orleans, jota yleisesti pidetään jazz-musiikin kotina.
New Orleans. Bourbon Street, the heart of the French Quarter. The street never sleeps, but it really comes alive at night.
New Orleans. Entrance to Pat O'Brien's on St. Peter Street, a historic building dating from
New Orleans. Pat O'Brien's Bar är hem för orkanen, the hurricane cocktail.
New Orleans. The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré
New Orleans. Mississippi River and riverboat.
Mama's Stuffed Mahimahi is the signature dish. Mahimahi stuffed with lobster, crab and Maui onion, baked in a macadamia nut crust.
Pa Hula-Hula Circle created of old cypress tree stumps.