Sitting outside on the bar terrace, we noticed that something odd was afoot - literally afoot. The guy who runs the place, Moises/Moyses, is at times a bit taciturn but today he was positively glowing. Tripping the light fandango, or whatever: each time he came to the table with beers, tapas, whatever, he was smiling, humming merrily and skipping along. When asked why he was so happy today, he explained that he is taking dancing lessons.
It was amusing to see and hear. At one point he departed with my lunch plate with a 'Cha, cha, cha...' before whirling the plate in the air as he walked/shimmied back into the bar. As the terrace filled up for lunch at about 14:00, he continued in the same vein. He's obviously enjoying himself, and his mood was contagious. Great fun all round!
We have builders working on the next door house, replacing the roof. So Charlie kept a low profile until they had packed up for the night, before returning for a very late breakfast at about 22:00. I thought it best to keep him in overnight so closed all escape hatches, doors, windows etc. At 06:00 this morning, he told me he'd had enough and wanted out. A pitiful whinny was followed by his appearance alongside my pillow, a quick thump on the nose and loud purring. I resisted for a short while before getting up and letting him out. No doubt he'll be back later as the builders are again visible.
En-route down to the bar we took these pix of the village. They are in no particular order but give a fair picture of the pueblo today:
There's a fiesta scheduled for this weekend, it seems!
J making hard weather of the return trip uphill!!
A real beauty. What a size. Who said size doesn't matter?!
'n sun-dried Toms, the traditional method!
Grapes look good
And the Figs might still be developing, a bit small but luscious when ripe! It's not all bad down hereabouts! Maybe time to take some dancing lessons, a big of jigging and reeling might be just what we need! And I discovered today that there are Flamenco lessons available locally too!!