There was a time when we had gotten used to the tropical hot weather, when we lived on the island of Guanaja (from 2001-2006). It was nasty hot for most of the year, there. We didn't like it, but we'd pretty much gotten used to it.
Now that we are blessed to live up in the cool mountains, the heat hits us hard when it comes. The dry season starts around January, and it gradually gets hotter and hotter until rainy season comes in around mid-May. I can't wait for the rains to begin and cool us back down again.
It seems like the week before Easter, which is called "Semana Santa" here, is one of our hottest weeks of the year in Gracias. You'd think we'd have hotter weather in July or August, but by then we'll be right in the middle of rainy season, and generally the weather stays cooler and (to our way of thinking) much more comfortable at that time of year.
Of course, rainy season has it's own set of problems, including leaky roofs, flooding, mud, mold and mildew - but we're heat-haters at my house, and we'll take the wet over the hot anyday! I also like that everything is green and growing at that time of year. During dry season it looks like autumn here in the mountains, but without the beautiful colors; mostly we just have brown everything. Brown dirt, brown plants, brown coating of dust everywhere! Oh, and once it starts raining, we're also done with the fly infestation!