Ice (A to Z Blog Challenge – “I” – April 2019)

Going to India for the end of January and beginning of February was a great decision. We left -20°C temperatures behind for days that were between 25-33°C and “cold” nights around 10°C.

Our flight path on the way home reminded me that I should not expect to have such nice weather when we returned.

This reminder to expect cold when I return was a good one. Even just an hour ago I saw snow falling outside our window – in the middle of April – over three weeks after the official start of spring.

This entry is part of the Blogging from A to Z challenge for April 2019. Click here for more info.

10 thoughts on “Ice (A to Z Blog Challenge – “I” – April 2019)

    1. I know! It’s even a little late for us here. I would gladly take a nice 40°C day now over this. Cold weather makes me want to stay indoors and sedentary, even hot weather makes me want to go outside and enjoy it.

    1. Sorry – this comment ended up in the spam folder so I only just found it!

      The funny thing is that when we were in Jaipur and it was 10 degrees in the morning it felt quite cold to me as well. I know it’s pretty hot where many of my friends in India are now but I think I’d still prefer that weather. I miss being outside without multiple layers of clothing 🙂

    1. That’s a tricky question! Every place had something to love. That said, Raipur was completely new and different for me as I’d never been there on previous visits and we met some really wonderful people while I was there. So that was my favourite stop on this trip.

      1. Okay! Raipur in Chattisgarh! It’s not a conspicuous place to visit for tourism!
        Places becomes beautiful by the people who welcomes you!

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