I wish you were right, Sharonna. I live on a mountain about 60 km west of the Sydney Opera House. Our temperature this week will vary from 33°C to 36°C. It's not so uncommon to reach the low 40s -- and that is HOT.
A Japanese woman once said, "I can't understand you Australians. When it gets to thirty degrees yoiu say, 'It's warm.' What do you say when it gets to forty?" And I told her, "Then it's bloody warm."
You know, for a small site, someone always manages to catch my boo-boos. Didge, I had a know--it-all boyfriend who told me that years ago. Thanks for the TRUTH. LOL I will spread this fallacy no longer!!!!
It's true! It's true! The crown has made it clear. The climate must be perfect all the year.
A law was made a distant moon ago here: July and August cannot be too hot. And there's a legal limit to the snow here In Camelot. The winter is forbidden till December And exits March the second on the dot. By order, summer lingers through September In Camelot.
Some place in Chile I remember reading about. It's basically a desert climate on the coast. Almost always warm, but not too hot, and little humidity. I believe it's called Arica? Something like that. Sounds heavenly!
Cape Verde will be within these criteria seen from an average point. You will be able to find records both higher and lower than the numbers you put up, but from average means it's a lovely place. No bridges going there though. I put the place as my flee country should I want to flee USA (means I had to be there first), they got no extradition agreements with the US. They are democratically well-developed, and they are friendly towards LGBT.