In this episode, we hear about the lively culture in New Orleans, Louisiana from Elena Mutonono.
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In this episode, we hear about the lively culture in New Orleans, Louisiana from Elena Mutonono. Elena goes into the overall vibe of New Orleans and tells us about what it is like to live there. She explains how the city “gets into you” and it is difficult to leave because there are so many advantages to living in such a diverse place in the United States. However, she explains that New Orleans isn’t a typical “American” city and stands out as a more laid-back and creative place. We delve into some of the colonial history, and the French influence that is evident in the architecture, cuisine, language, and street names.
Elena also shares some of the difficult aspects of living in New Orleans like the history of slavery and how plantations are still used for weddings and celebrations and how she copes with all of the hurricanes.
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Find out more about Elena Mutonono's podcast, blog, YouTube channel and amazing courses on her website: https://www.elenamutonono.com/