I read an article about Jules' Undersea Lodge. It ends with such a sentence:
The best moment was waking up and seeing hundreds of tropical fish watching me through my bedroom window! the Lodge isn't cheap (one night costs $499 per person) but it doesn't matter when you go -- it's always wet!
I can't figure out the meaning of "it's always wet". Does it contain any culture meaning?
Waiting for your kind help :)
In other words, don't worry about going during the "rainy season" or "the dry season" - underwater it's always wet.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
Does it also imply that though it is very expensive to live in the lodge, it is still very popular so nearly every day travelers keep coming here and then there is no chance to dry the room?
I just don't know why "it's always wet" follows "the Lodge isn't cheap". Is there any connection between the two?
(not a teacher, just a language lover)