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  1. Portugal Expat Forum for Expats Living in Portugal
    I read that the summer weather in the Algarve is uncomfortable due to the heat and humidity. Has anyone had experience in the Tavira region? I see online that the humidity varies there from 60-80%, but the comfort level also depends on the dew point. And what about other Algarve regions? Thanks...
  2. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hi Living in the Greens & Views and have lately been feeling like the indoor humidity levels have increased a lot - feeling like a damp-ish feeling with clothes etc. Found mildew on certain clothing, shoes and wooden frames too. Got a hygrometer to read the levels and it hovers in the 65 to 75...
  3. Thailand Expat Forum for Expats Living in Thailand
    I spoke to a woman over the weekend who spent 5 years in and around Thailand, and loved it. She had to leave due to health problems and age, but invited us to take her with us when we go (so cute). Anyway, as she told us of her travels around Thailand, three things stood out which aren't really...
  4. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    I've heard that you need to be careful with cameras and other sensitive electronics over here. When you go from an air conditioned building out into the heat/humidity, condensation forms on the components and can cause problems. You see the same effect when you walk outside wearing glasses...
  5. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hello Looking at moving to Spain, as love Spanish people. Due to health reasons, I need to find a city/large town with the following requirements: 1. Flat: so I can walk around easily without being fatigued. 2. Arid: anywhere severely humid is a no-go. 3. Stable air pressure: i.e. not like...
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