We've had the heating on (again) at school and have been covering kids in rugs!
No, I don't think this has been a good summer :(
Still....no water restrictions for us this year :)
I thought it was OK!!
Had shorts on yesterday.
Got some funny looks as I was shopping the "The Killing Fields" - I was giving everyone else funny looks as the were all rugged up and coats on. I mean,one rainy day!!!
Think it was 35 or something silly here that day. And I am ginger pale. Stupid skin..legs are still blue white lol.
It's not the temperature that will burn you, it could have been 25 and you still will have burned. It is our clear blue sky and abundance of strong sun rays which will burn your delicate English skin. You will have to be very careful, because even olive skinned types can burn in 15 minutes mid day here. Usual advice is between 10 and 3 in summer to stay out of the sun unless covered, slopped and hatted or at least try the shade. When our red headed youngest was born we had to change our visits to the beach and parks to after 4.
Sailed SS Australis out of Southampton 1977.Arrived October in Adelaide via Melbourne 1977.Liverpool/London 1987 - 1992
Adelaide 1992 to eternity:)and one day you'll wake up and stop counting how long you've been here.