the truth as I know it
my aunt and uncle are leaving stockholm in december to get more summer in new zealand. so perhaps you should be a reverse snowbird. argentina? chile? they're great.
i live in canada and all the leaves are beautiful and golden right now. fall has arrived.
I've been to NZ and Australia during european fall (october-november) and the weather wasn't as spring-like as I supposed to be (but I live in Italy and my expectation for the seasons is maybe a little too optimistic), but there was a lovely "british" weather with many variations during the same day, rain, sun, wind, sun, rain, etc.Australia (I've been just around Sydney, New South Wales) on the other hand was very unpredictable, very very hot in october (37°!!) and around 20 in november.But the pleasure of visiting a country with lovely people as you can find in OZ and NZ is beyond any imagination.Valeria
Punta Ballena, Uruguay
Emi, you've reminded me of a question I've been gnawing at subconciously all my life: would it be possible to travel the world non-stop, following autumn around the globe?
Jane, I'll try to find out for us! This is important!
Come to New England, US!
I welcome any comment, so happy to hear from you.