If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. 27ºC is the comfortable temperature for some students and work-mates! That is when still wearing a full sleaved shirt / blouse and a jacket. I tried many times to explain the comfort zone concept. So here it is:
For temperature, the comfort zone is about 20-22ºC for a clothed person in the winter, and 20-24ºC in the summer. An increase in temperature above the comfort level may make you tired and sleepy. A decrease in temperature may make you restless and less attentive.Please note well - tired and sleepy! Feel free to read on at the ergonomics4schools - temperature page if you remain unconvinced.
Yesterday was the last working shift for both Jen and I. Nova has been jettisoned from our lives and livelihoods. Wes, also recently finished, is getting on a jet plane in a matter of hours. Happy and sad at the same time. I wanted a photo taken with the staff after I finished last night, but a no-go there, so here's the Usagi... that cute, pouting little character who is the mascot of the company - also produces some interesting results if you Google Image Search without the company name!
Once again, Into the Fire at our beloved IACE Travel Agent, where the #1 comment by all friends on entering is
Geeeze, it's HOT in here...Nonetheless, today I collected my ticket for Shanghai; Nikki and Rodney inquired about Round-The-World options for their next adventure.
So I shall cool myself with a few beers and say farewell to Hiroshima friends tomorrow night. It's time for from this melting pot of fun, numerous heroics, vending machines, antics, shockers, fears, tunes, dancing faces, challenges, mini-skirts, hang-overs, trembling apartment buildings, dramas, the bizarre, mobile phone dialogues, festivals, white-board marker fumes, bicycles, raw eggs, temples, sun burns, coffee, ...