Going Home as the Sun Comes Up

Our night ended sometime around 4.30. It took us a while to get back to the hostel.

We walked home from the bars via the beach. The only way Romina knew how to get back was by following the ocean. It was windy and freezing and I was exhausted nad all I wanted was a warm bed!

I’d eventually get into bed at nearly 5am, but I don’t recall it being very warm.

We awoke a few hours later and had a lovely breakfast before heading to the beach for the day.

The question that had me puzzled and continues to puzzle me. How do Argentines and Uruguayans eat late and stay out late yet get up early and function?

The answer still eludes me.

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