Posted by: talljoe | November 24, 2011

Twisted Turkeyday in Buenos Aires

Today is Thanksgiving in the United States.  It’s going to be kind of awkward this year.  While my friends and family will be enjoying the day off, I will be spending this Thanksgiving in class.  Obviously, the holiday is not celebrated in Buenos Aires.    It’s probably going to be 80 degrees today too… It’s funny because in the stores they’re starting to sell Christmas decorations, and alongside the Christmas decorations they’re also starting to sell summer things – bathing suits, rafts, beach chairs and towels.  It sure is twisted!

Tonight the university is having a Thanksgiving dinner for us.  They don’t sell turkeys in the grocery stores here so I’m interested to see how it turns out.  I’ll take some pics and write about it later!  Happy Thanksgiving from Buenos Aires, Argentina!!  🙂


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