We've had a slight change in the itinerary. Instead of going to Houma, which is in the far south of Louisiana, we decided to come to Lafayette instead. There appears to be more to do here - it's the heart of Cajun country. Tomorrow we're heading for a 2-hour swamp tour and later on we're going to try Boudin at Billy's Boudin Balls. We're going to try out our French on them and see who asks "quesay?" first. (for you French-Canadians out there, I know it's spelled wrong - I'm hooked on phonics).
Boudin, in our family, was blood sausage which our mom forced us to try but never insisted that we eat regularly. Out here, Boudin is a pork sausage. The Cajuns are wimps, IMHO.
Tonight, we finally got to eat at The Waffle House. There are more Waffle Houses here than there are Tim Horton's in Ontario! It was okay - nothing to write home about but at least we finally got there. Oddly enough, there were very few waffle combos on the menu. In fact, we all had versions of patty melt with hash browns. Oh well, that'll just rev up our appetite for Billy's Balls.