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Indonesia - Tourist & Travel Guide
Though travel in the wet season is possible in most parts of Indonesia, it can be a deterrent to some activities and travel on mud-clogged roads in less developed areas is difficult. In general, the best time to visit is in the dry season between May and October.
The Christmas holiday period beings a wave of migratory Australians and there's an even bigger tourist wave during the European summer holidays. The main Indonesian holiday period is the end of Ramadan, when some resorts are packed to overflowing and prices skyrocket.Read more...
Caracas - Tourist & Travel Guide
Any time is a fine time to visit Caracas. The city enjoys a dry climate, so the fact that June to October is the wet season elsewhere in Venezuela is really of no concern. Temperatures are mild and steady, averaging a perfect 25Â°C (75Â°F) year-round, and rainfall even in the wet season is usually no more than 100mm (4in). Venezuelans go on a whirlwind visitation of friends and family at Christmas, Carnaval and Easter, so avoiding the resulting transport and accommodation mayhem could be a factor in deciding when to visit.Read more...
Ireland - Tourist & Travel Guide
The weather is warmest in July and August and the daylight hours are long, but the crowds will be greatest, the costs the highest and accommodation harder to come by. In the quieter winter months, however, you may get miserable weather, the days are short and many tourist facilities will be shut. Visiting Ireland in June or September has a number of attractions: the weather can be better than at any other time of the year, it's less crowded and everything is open.Read more...