These are the days, and nights, that making living in the tropics worthwhile. It's another clear blue-sky day today and the living is easy after a hard start to the year. Our daytime temperatures have finally fallen below that 30 deg C mark ... albeit by only a degree or two ... but it does make a difference. The nights have started to become a little cooler, hinting at the soon-to-be 20 deg C winter nights that are approaching.
I'm on a short mid-semester break and it's just wonderful to be able to spend time at home. I can wander out into the garden areas at any time of the day now without getting fried from the heat or drenched by the rain.
Yes, I do sometimes have to avoid some of the more unfriendly and unwelcome wildlife ... apparently they are also enjoying the weather!
But I also get to enjoy being around the welcome wildlife friends around here.
With the return of the brilliant sunshine, more and more flowers are appearing in the corners of my garden.
There's not much for me to do at the moment other than wander round and enjoy my garden.
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