As temperatures soar in the Pacific Northwest, it’s not only Hawaii that is feeling the heat.
But if you’re visiting the island nation of Thailand this holiday season, you might want to be prepared for more than just the elements.
Travelers in the country are taking on a bit more responsibility than they might have thought.
In the winter, they will be staying in hotels and restaurants instead of staying at home, where there’s less of a chance of getting sick.
And when temperatures dip below zero, they can find themselves in a more dangerous situation.
Many tourists are taking to the air conditioning to stay cool.
As temperatures plummet, some are choosing to stay in rooms that have been converted to chill rooms.
They’re using these rooms for their winter nights.
This has raised concerns among the hoteliers, who say the move is causing some rooms to freeze over, causing a problem for guests.
But as long as the air conditioners are functioning, tourists are free to stay inside as they please, said Shira Darshan, a spokeswoman for the Hilton Hawaiian World Resort.
The company has posted instructions on how to use them on its website.
The problem is that they’re all over the place, and it’s very hard to determine if they’re working or not,” she said.
Hotels and restaurants, meanwhile, are reporting that their staffs are working harder to keep guests safe than they were before the heat wave.
The heat wave has left hoteliers and travelers struggling to keep the hotels operating.
That means that some hotel rooms may have to be turned into chill rooms, Darshon said.
But in some cases, guests can use rooms as temporary accommodations.
Darshan said the company is trying to provide extra heating so that people can stay warm.
And it has been working to put extra cold-water heaters in many of its hotels, but it has not been able to get the right temperature in all of them, she said, so the heat is spreading out, especially in those areas that have not been hit as hard.
In some places, Deshan said, the temperature has been dropping even more than it was in the early days of the heat, but that is changing.
In addition to the chill rooms and the cold water heaters, some hotels are installing cooling towers to help keep temperatures down.
But there’s no guarantee that they will keep them working properly.
One thing is clear: There is a lot of heat.
Hoteliers are trying to keep things in check and reduce their carbon footprint.
But as temperatures plummet in the world’s most populous nation, they are having to find ways to deal with the problems caused by the heatwave.