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Mac's Poll - Let's Vote

Curious to know what the general opinion is? Cast your vote and let's see!!

How well do you handle Spain's Summer heat?
04 September 2020 @ 13:25

The summer is pretty much coming to an end here but the heat is still on. I for one would happily head off to a cooler climate as I find the heat quite unbearable during July and August, especially the humidity in the Valencia region. But the heat keeps attracting people from all over Europe and many can't get enough of it, even though this year saw numbers drop considerably due to the current Covid-19 situation. But truthfully, can you all really handle this sweltering heat? Do you really like it, love it or hate it? Please cast your vote and leave a comment...


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DJF42 said:
04 September 2020 @ 15:35

No worse than being down a machinery space on a RN steam driven frigate out in the Far East.
Ah! Those were the days.

marelison said:
05 September 2020 @ 10:17

I think I will finally get used to it, theese two months...This is my first whole year living as resident in Spain - Sept to sept....

Mar Elison Iceland/Spain

Martin McMerkin said:
05 September 2020 @ 12:44

The heat comes and it is a welcome change after the "Cold" of winter.
After a while it just keeps coming and you take time out, slowing down and enjoying the quiet and the need to take it easy.
By the time it is going, and gone, you miss it and it will seem a long time before it blooms again.
Now it will be time to be busy again.

Michaelc said:
05 September 2020 @ 19:31

I prefer the warmer temperatures up to about 38 deg. to the cold. Spanish houses are very cold due to having no insulation. My place is cold even on the hottest days. I don't need aircon. It costs a fortune to heat in winter.
It's nice to enjoy the warmth sitting under a tree.

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