We interrupt this regularly scheduled blog to bring you an important weather advisory.
Sorry for those of you reading this from Canada (since we’ve been watching you all gripe on Facebook about how cold the weather is), but it’s time for a weather update. It’s rainy season in Bali. However, given that we’re only 8 degrees from the equator, rainy season essentially means: sunny days of 30°C with 95% humidity, punctuated by daily monsoon rains (not to be confused by typhoons, the storms you hear about on TV!) For those of you who have never experienced a monsoon, what it means is basically a vertical sheet of water falling from the sky, not unlike a waterfall. Only with more water. Luckily, though, it almost always falls at night, which makes for dramatic background noise for sleeping but doesn’t interfere with prime tanning hours.
Despite today’s entry, please continue reading our blog. We promise we won’t torture with too many more weather updates.