Seasonal confusion

4 07 2008

I realise that we’ve just passed mid-summer but it doesn’t feel like it. Being so close to the equator means that by 7pm it’s pitch black, and being in the middle of the rainy season means that quite often it’s grey and drizzly too. Now I’ve got used to the heat even mid 20s can feel chilly. Sometimes I have to remind myself I’m in july not October. In January/February when it was reguarly in the high 30s and as dry as a bone I kept thinking I was in a particularly hot July or August. Oh well.

p.s. I’ll be heading to the VSO national volunteers conference in Accra next week so I’m not sure when I’ll get a chance to blog next.

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