By the way, and for what it’s worth, I experienced again Flipping the Switch phenomenon: adapting to the climate here, especially the higher temperatures, was quasi instantaneous. A bit of sweating just after arrival, probably also caused by the air-conditioning in the plane during the journey, I am now feeling chilly when it’s only 25 degrees in my apartment. I have no idea how the human physiology does that, but it’s amazing.
That left-hand side driving again comes as easy I can understand better, as it is, as I imagine, only a brain-thing. A different set of patterns. No adjustment of body-temperature control physiology. Or maybe it’s the same principle?
My English pronunciation suffers after several weeks of not speaking the language. I need to pay attention to get back into the flow.