H is for humedo which means humid in English.
Why do I mention it? Because it's been a fact of life here that I will always be a hot and sweaty mess. And you curly girls out there??....I can only imagine the pain you suffer here daily. The lowest it ever gets in Granada is about 80F and that's probably 2-3 times a year and only at night. But we always have high humidity since we sit right by a big lake. If it gets down to 80 everyone here walks around in sweaters and plugs their babies' ears with cotton so they don't catch cold.
Right now we're in our "hot" season. I know, it gets worse; I didn't expect that either when I first came. A couple weeks ago it was 97F at 3pm. What does that feel like in a place without a.c.? The butter is 100% melted outside the fridge in just 5 minutes, you sweat sitting still, you get a bladder infection if you don't drink enough water, enough water a day is about 2 liters, you are sweating as you're stepping out of a refreshing shower, and when someone jovially slaps you on your arm it makes a sucking sound as they remove their hand.
The heat has been the hardest thing for me to get used to here but you know the saying....if it doesn't kill me.....