Many lazy afternoons have been spent here, reading a novel, perusing the newspaper or just
snoozing. Open a chilled bottle of rosé and while away a few contented hours,
sitting in the dappled sunlight that filters through the cork oak trees.
By the way, the yucca tree (centre left) started off as a 30 centimetre tall specimen,
transplanted in 1998 from a pot that was bought in a British supermarket some ten years
earlier. It has now shot up to 2.5 metres in height and is still growing fast - it thinks
it's on holiday!, which of course, it is.