Post by permianartist on Jul 30, 2020 14:24:18 GMT -5
IMPORTANT! It seems hard to say which countries are or aren't communist nowadays, since the whole "communist country" term is controversial and it's explanations are varied (at least as far as I am aware of it, I'm not really into politics), so I'll just take these countries from this Wikipedia page: Also, please no political discussions here.
So, Havana and Vientiane are tropical, Hanoi is almost tropical, and Beijing is a hot-summer temperate. For me, Beijing is the best of them all, since it gets at least some cold after all, but due to it's dryness, just marginally cold winters and really hot summers it gets only a C. All the others get a D.
Post by Adaminaby Angler on Jul 31, 2020 2:11:59 GMT -5
Beijing—the only remotely liveable one of that nasty lot.
"Below 40 degrees South, there is no Law; Below 50 degrees South, there is no Rescue; Below 60 degrees South, there is no Hope; Below 70 degrees South, there is no God." — Mariner's adage, 'Round Cape Horn.
I have been to Hanoi and Vientiane, both in September and the heat was intense. I’d also like Hanoi if it had more sun but as it doesn’t I’d choose Havana followed closely by Vientiane for the heat, sunshine and warm winters