We woke up to the sound of birds chirping, squirrels jumping around and a rising sun. That’s what we’re doing it for!
By 9am we’re on our way, with Triple J’s Smokehouse on the GPS. After a quick search for top Houston BBQ we found this authentic place for some extraordinary Texas food.
” If your face and hands don’t get messy eating BBQ.. You’re doing it all wrong.”– That Texan guy from that BBQ place
Our order of ribs, brisket and something called a Ravens Bowl (fries, chopped beef and cheese) is not disappointing and húge! While Dutchies say ‘Evertyhing is bigger in the US’, Americans claim that ‘Everything is bigger in Texas’. So you can only imagine..
We continue our way to New Orleans and stubborn as we are we igore the GPS lady’s voice letting us know she better redirect us because of road works on our route. I still hear myself say ‘Ssh, I got this’. The only thing I got was a 1-hour delay.
Luckily, today of all days it doesn’t matter, because when we finally arrive at 7pm, a warm hotel room and the bright perspective of a full day in New Orleans welcomes us.
Tomorrow more about N’erlins, NOLA, Paris of the South, The Big Easy, .. and its yum yum beignets!