This was our first time in Ajijic during the summer rainy season. After years of drought and an occasional cold winter rain here in California, we really enjoyed the weather. The house was clean and everything worked. Hector the property manager shuttled us to and from the airport. The maid Maria was nice and friendly. She doesn't speak English but it was a good time to practice my Spanish. The other couple couldn't come with us so we had plenty of room. The master bedroom is air-conditioned but the fans were enough to keep us cool. We needed a light blanket at night. It really does rain at night in Ajijic. Great displays of thunder and lightning, too. We only used our rain gear once to go out for lunch. The sun was out again when we left the restaurant. Speaking of restaurants we really enjoyed a new place called Cocinart. Great Eggs Benedict and the best Reuben sandwich I've had outside of New York. Gossips was also excellent. The other new restaurant we tried was Pasta Trenta. My wife had a pasta dish with prosciutto and apples. I had a pesto pasta dish. Both were excellent. I tried a beer called AJIJIC. It was a stout and was excellent. Made locally. It seems the craft brewers are branching out. We tried to rent a golf cart to drive around the village but there was a 10 day waiting list. Will rent in advance next time. There is a liquor store on the Carretera just north of the property. W discovered Chamucos Anejo tequila which is smooth but doesn't have any oakey after taste. Iit's not available in the United States so it was a real treat. My wife retires at the end of the year and we are looking forward to spending more time at Randi's beautiful villa in Ajijic.