I don't blame you for wanting to get out of Florida. Leaving the crazy peoplr and the state government aside, I generally prefer warm weather but it is nasty there. I don't know where you live or if it even matters that far south, but the peninsula at least is perpetually below the jet stream so I guess there's never relief.
BTW I learned just recently that not all of the Middle East is a dry heat. The places bordering the Gulf are both like 120 degrees and have a 75+ dew point. Seems like the worst place ever but Dubai remains popular. I've wondered how the hell (in America and elsewhere) people wore such heavy clothing in summertime as they used to, without getting heat illness. England has mild summers but the places they set up shop in mostly do not, yet they dressed the same. I guess getting acclimated is a hell of a drug, and without air conditioning getting acclimated was a shorter process than today.
I have a friend with a rich family that let him use a detached guest house on their property. He just bought a house here to raise a family in but he still spends his weekends out there. The house his family had when we were in school they bought for $500k and sold right before the bubble burst at $1.5m. Luck or playing the market, I dunno.
He never had to have some experiences: he was talking about his old roommates and I assumed, and was surprised, that he had been renting with others at one point, but no, he just meant his old college roommates. Rich folks, dude.
(I didn't mean to insult you in that last paragraph; it seems it could be taken that way. Honestly I'm not sure what I meant to express, but I'll leave it up.)