It is always after

In South America winter begins in June. Between the 21st and the 24th people use to gather around a bonfire and eat hot dogs since supposedly those days will have the longest and coldest nights of the season. The rest of the country will start their winter break the first week of July, except Camiri. It happens that the anniversary of this city is on July 12th and there is always a parade and festivities, so no matter how cold and low the temperature gets; we have always had winter break after the parade!

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Published in: on July 7, 2011 at 6:15 am  Comments (1)  
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  1. ¡Oye, Andrés! Es bueno saber esto, digo, por si quisiera cambiar un poquito el calorcito de 40° C de acá. Ojalá pudiéramos hacer un “toma y daca” pero creo que no, porque bastantes estropicios ya ha hecho el hombre en la naturaleza, ¡ay! ¿Lo mejor?…¡ir a visitarte en esta época!, ja,ja,ja,ja. 😀
    Saludos afectuosos muy calientes!!!!!!


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