Dinner Time in Buenos Aires

It’s delicious-Samara my very health conscious daughter, would approve: leftover bife chorizo(barbecued steak) and arugala salad–yum. It’s 1:00 a.m.! And this is within the normal dinner time range–Early diners may eat at 9pm–but 10 thru 1am is normal. Okay, 1am is  on the late side of that range-but restaurants are still serving–and especially at the milonga’s where food is served. Shows and orchestras there often don’t begin til 1 to 2 a.m. Yeah-it’s upside down–crazy and takes some getting used to but now my internal clock is reset. Bedtme is usually 4am or later–and breakfast–well, maybe 12 to 1pm. Tomorrow I’ll be challenged because I have to go in the morning to the British Hospital and try to get a yellow fever shot for my upcoming visit to Iquatsu Falls on the border of Brazil. Threat of nasty mosquitoes there. Since I am already covered with mosquito bites, clearly the bug likes my blood–seems the ones up north will probably want to feast on me too–so looking for the shot tomorrow–buying spray repellant too-and some closed toe shoes–already have plenty of bites on my feet, as well as everywhere else! Hoping to prevent the Iquatsu bugs from dining on me as I read they dine all day!

About tangobunny

Pastor Bunny went on sabbatical leave to Argentina July 28-November 4, 2010, funded by a pastoral renewal grant from the Lily Foundation. It was her second visit to AR. Since then she's been back three more times and toured the country. She loves the Argentine people as much as the tango and calls Argentina her other home.
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