Saturday, December 4, 2010

Things to do when its raining

It's amazing that rain, an essential for life on this planet, is such a big 'no no' to go out in, for most of us humans, and dogs, cats, birds, etc! Open the door on a rainy day and my kids, and the dog for that matter, look the other way!

Here at www.YouGoDo.com we can tell if a place is having a 'bad weather day' from our google analytic search queries - if we suddently get a spike in searches for things like 'things to do in Marbella when it rains' or 'things to do in London when it rains' theres a good chance they have had a 'raining cats and dogs' day (that quaint old English saying!) on the day of those searches!

I guess it is common business sense that there is more to do in London when it rains, than there is to do in sunnier places like Barcelona or Marbella in Spain. Its simply less commercially viable to run an indoor business where it does not rain much. Although this rule is thrown out of the window when you get to places where it hardly ever rains! Dubai, and Middle East countries have plenty of things to do when it rains, although these are probably better described as 'indoor activities' as it is equally true that us humans, dogs and cats, prefer to be indoors when the temperatures soar into the 40's (Degrees Celcius!).

So to make life easier for our depressed rain sodden users we have now added the 'things to do when it rains' category to YouGoDo - see all the indoor activities and experiences in a city on one page!

Heres a few examples:

Things to do in London when it rains

Things to do in Barcelona when it rains

Things to do in Marbella when it rains

Things to do in Paris when it rains

Things to do in Brussels when it rains

Things to do in Copenhagen when it rains

Things to do in Lisbon when it rains

Things to do in Sydney when it rains

Indoor things to do in Dubai (or when it rains!)

So get the rain macs and umbrellas out and get out and try something new!

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