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‘Mind you I am not sure it is ever that warm at 5 am!’
That’s because (if I am to understand some of your ‘fun things’ posts correctly, David) the only time you are up at five am you are loaded to the gills on expensive vino and wouldn’t feel the cold anyway….
Yep, she was sure “Baltic” this morning DPF, mind you we can all take solace from the fact that it does not matter how high the heating is turned up on the ninth floor the cool winds of change are howling through the place.
Come on David, don’t be a sissy. Come live in Tokoroa for a while, you’ll find out what *cold* is in the winter! And try living in a house without any useful form of insulation — that’ll toughen you up!
This is because NZer’s delude themselves that we live in a temperate climate. It’s actually a cold climate. There are lots of good things about a cold climate, less bugs and tropical diseases for instance, but it does require better housing.
Why no-one has central heating or double glazing in this country is a mystery to me… Even in new houses!