We’re in Rainy Season. That doesn’t mean it rains every day (although an entire month of non-stop rain is not unknown). Sometimes we have several days on end with perfect, sunny weather. But it does mean frequent rain, relatively speaking - often a day-long misty drizzle - constant high humidity and consequent dampness. In the city, at least. The countryside gets much more direct rain. Homeowners are familiar with the summer mildew blight. Not to mention the cockroaches.
As for me, I am greatly put out by the humidity and constant dampness first, because those atmospheric conditions quickly adversely affect the health of my skin and, second, because I am the one who usually cleans the house. My wife does the shopping and cooking, but I do most of the cleaning up. I do the dishes - four or more times a day in the kitchen dish washing machine. I do the laundry - at least two loads a day to keep up with a family of four. I vacuum and remove from the apartment all the PET bottle non-burnable trash. (My wife usually removes the regular, burnable trash to the curbside on garbage days.)
But it is the laundry that tweaks me the most. When it is raining I cannot hang laundry up outside on the balcony to dry. It has to hang inside. And in these summer conditions laundry can still be damp 2½-days later. Meanwhile, those two loads/day are still coming out of the washing machine and those wet clothes have to be put somewhere. So very quickly the apartment looks like a Chinese laundry and smells of damp. It’s a regular seasonal tribulation.
What? Use a laundry drying machine? Are you kidding me?!