OK, crossing over the border from Peru to Chile was the 1st time, I think, that I’ve ever gone directly south and had the time zone change. Not only did it go forward. . . it went forward by TWO hours.
Its Daylight Savings Time on crack.
Isn’t the general concept of time zones that when you move east or west that you adjust the time to compensate? South?
I’m about to go get dinner in Santiago. At 10 p.m. Why? Because I’m not sure there is anyplace to go until 9 p.m. or so. Hell, it didn’t get dark until about 9 as it was.
The guidebook says something like, “don’t bother to go to the bars until 1 a.m., no one is there before then.” Ummmmmm. I’m old. Its official.
And I think Buenos Aires might just be the end of me.