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6th August 2012
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these years of mine run red like a bloodline if i was the last son
i've had great nights out in each south american country i've been to. i have particularly fond memories from rio de janeiro, montevideo, buenos aires, valpariso, asuncion, la paz, quito and medellin. regrettably this trend hasn't continued in venezuela. the nightlife culture seems to be very different and not a lot really happens after the sun goes down. in fact most places just close up really early, which means if you want to grab something to eat and it's after 7.30pm it becomes a serious mission. it's so different to somewhere like argentina where for an average night out no one even thinks about leaving the house before midnight. to be fair i haven't been to caracas, and i've heard that it's a pretty lively city in every sense of the word, but even so i would have hoped to find some kind of life in the other cities. on the positive side it has helped slow down my economic collapse, on the negative side... i miss tequila nights

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06/08/2012
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i've had great nights out in each south american country i've been to. i have particularly fond memories from rio de janeiro, montevideo, buenos aires, valpariso, asuncion, la paz, quito and medellin. regrettably this trend hasn't continued in venezuela. the nightlife culture seems to be very different and not a lot really happens after the sun goes down. in fact most places just close up really early, which means if you want to grab something to eat and it's after 7.30pm it becomes a serious mission. it's so different to somewhere like argentina where for an average night out no one even thinks about leaving the house before midnight. to be fair i haven't been to caracas, and i've heard that it's a pretty lively city in every sense of the word, but even so i would have hoped to find some kind of life in the other cities. on the positive side it has helped slow down my economic collapse, on the negative side... i miss tequila nights

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