Icon wrote:As per title.
Welcome to the at least shower twice a day weather. Shower and arrive at work drenched in sweat weather. No air con in the office is cause to quit.
At least it is still breezy out there.
Icon wrote:No AC in the office...
PapaAzucar wrote:For those that have been in Taiwan for a long time (like greater than 5 years), does your body adapt to the weather so that you feel the heat or humidity less?
Am I the only one who thinks that the thermostats for the indoors in Taiwan are set too high (even in the big department stores)?
I mean that I can set the A/C in my room to 23 degrees C with no clothes and I still sweat.
The locals tell me that they are used to the weather and humidity so they don't sweat as much.
Does the body eventually adjust to the local weather?
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