With all this confusion over changes in training and the European Working Time Directive, I've often considered waving goodbye to the NHS and practicing abroad. Actually, it's got nothing to do with the proposals for foundation years and basic specialist training: I just want to live somewhere warmer. This was only intensified (to the order of about 600 billion) when carrying out my elective in California, so while I know that when push comes to shove I'd find it incredibily difficult to actually leave home, I still like to explore my overseas options from time to time.
The Residency Database may be just the thing I need. Created and compiled by medical students as part of an IFSMA project, it lists information on health systems in a number of countries and outlines the hoops you need to jump through in order to work there.
No field outlining the average climate however.