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how’s the weather mid november is it still nice ?

Asked by: 16th September 2012

i hope it will be dry,but what time does it get dark, any one let me know?thanks


8 Answers

  1. David myers on Sep 16, 2012

    Did a week there in Nov 3 years ago and it was one of the best weeks i have had, none of the annoying morning clouds that can be about earlier in the year, and its stays light for about an hour + longer than the UK i think its a great time go (we had no rain )

  2. H R H on Sep 16, 2012

    The sun always shines on the righteous

  3. Marian Walker on Sep 16, 2012

    Stayed several times in November weather was good.

  4. David myers on Sep 16, 2012

    Your dead right there Mr HRH aint WE both lucky

  5. Vicky on Sep 17, 2012

    We were there last November and had a fab week weather-wise – the sun shone everyday apart from one which was very cloudy on the morning so we went into Arrecife for a wander and by the time we got back to resort the sun was shining again!

  6. Paul D on Sep 19, 2012

    Had a similar experience to everyone else… Went for a November chill out week a few years ago after being ill and had one of the sunniest weeks ever in my years of coming to Lanz, , ,
    I may have dropped lucky though as i know either side of the week i had , it wasnt so good…
    There is always the risk of some cloud anytime of year of course but that never stops me coming back and enjoying the warmth…. Theres no way for instance that i could have swam in an outdoor pool enjoying the sun in November back in the UK….

  7. Kitty on Sep 19, 2012

    Agree with everyone else. I’ve been several times in November and always had decent weather. Going again on the 6th so hope it’s good but even it it’s not so great, it’s still better than the UK.

  8. ian appleby on Sep 20, 2012

    Will be there on 1st November in Playa Blanca, and expect what I have always had in November for the last few years….sun, sun and more sun! Temps. in the mid-twenties, although can a tad cool in the early hours…ahem!