Sometime in June The heat is so unbearable in the tropical state of Kerala in South India, that people put their heads in watermelons and ice blocks run out to the markets in record time. Among the coconut trees, a farmer looks up and prays for a good harvest, while children lean out of windows to gaze at a sky worthy of the end of the world. is the arrival of year (rain) popular monsoon season of Indian subcontinent. At that time, no one thought of summer as we imagine it. No shack by the bay, no ice cream by the sea, Nor horchatas under bougainvilleas. It’s another kind of summer, more sacred and violent, maybe just as refreshing, but One more summer.
When you buy countless calypso at the beach bar, remember There are many words in the world that fit summer: Over there, over there. Everyone’s
- Meaning: Those who go on vacation in August.
Much to add, except for the potential of French neighbors Synthesize the phrase “You know I can only go on vacation in August.” If you do it in July, the word is definitely “Juilletist.”
- Meaning: Someone who refuses to dive into a body of water.
Summer is synonymous with diving, bathing and many other activities that encourage us to embrace any body of water (especially if you a person blue mind, However, we all have that friend or family member – this happened to my mom, for example – who He is not particularly enthusiastic about swimming in the ocean or jumping off a yacht and feels that “things” are meters deep beneath his feet., The Swedes sum up this fear perfectly with one simple word that applies to those who are afraid to dive into More than 95,000 lakes exist In the Nordic country (or at the beach every summer).
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