Just Pondering Part 217

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In the past, I shared weather updates via my Facebook profile-page; many of the people who saw it, liked reading about the weather in The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. I remembered that there was an instance where a friend from Great Britain joked about exchanging weathers. I asked them if they were capable of handling the hot Caribbean weather and pointed out to them that the temperature can fluctuate as high as 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit). They told me that they would prefer to feel hot than feel cold.

The irony is: we in The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago complain about the heat (The heat is not the only thing. The UV index can be as high as 11 and we in the Caribbean are not really into the habit of wearing sunscreen).

My personal preference where temperatures are concerned would be from the range of 26 to 28 degrees Celsius (78.8 to 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit).

The funny thing is: when the temperature drops below 24 degrees Celsius (75.2 degrees Fahrenheit), the majority of them complain about feeling cold (This proves that they are hot-blooded Caribbean men and women).

4 thoughts on “Just Pondering Part 217

    utesmile said:
    October 31, 2012 at 7:17 am

    No body is ever happy with the weather. It is hot, they want it cold, is it cold they want to hotter. We should accept it wherever we are and enjoy it. I do love hot weather too but a nice crisp cold morning wakes your senses beautifully too. Thank God we cannot influence the weather otherwise it would be mayhem in the world just imagine……..:-)


      Renard Moreau responded:
      October 31, 2012 at 9:28 am

      [ Smiles ] Thank you for your input, my friend.


    Alex Jones said:
    October 31, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    I would be uncomfortable with your sort of climate. I like the spring and autumn periods of Britain for they are between hot and cold. The ancient Celts describe their paradise as a climate of spring and autumn.


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