I hate very hot weather and I cannot bear very cold weather either
So I have always had this fantasy that I will always stay in a country in which there is either Spring or autumn all 12 months of the year
My idea is to be in India between January to March, travel to Europe in the mediterranean region between April to June, live in Canada between July to September and travel to Australia between September and December.
On Sunday while talking to my brother , I learned a new word “snowbirds”. This is the term used for people in North America who travel in Winter, from north to states like Florida and other Southern States in the US
I didn’t realise that what I used to think as fantasy, was actually being worked on seriously by people in some parts of the world
So I started doing a little bit of research on these snowbirds and one piece of data which I saw on Google is that the population of Florida increases by about 5% during the Winter months in North America.
These people in most cases live in rented accommodations and cook their own food and maintain their lifestyle the way they do at their hometowns
That got me thinking. I live in India and I would not have the capability to drive my on vehicle with the caravan or RV to different continents to ensure that I was always living in spring or autumn.
The only solution I could think of was to have A matter to share properties In different countries at different points in time. So if there is someone who prefers Very hot summerThen they could take my house for a quarter while I live in their house varieties Spring or autumn.
I saw movie a few years back with Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz called Holiday. In this movie the two ladies – one from LA and one in UK, share their houses for 2 weeks 1 in Los Angeles and one in England.
I am not sure if this kind of us thing does seriously take place between different countries but I am intending to explore these options to realise my fantasies.
Do you know if this kind of a mechanism exists? Let me know your comments.
Till next time.