La Tasca was invaded this morning by a very pleasant group of visitors from Australia, who kindly agreed to have their photo taken in the square. They called themselves a 'study group', presumably studying Southern Spain. The group's leader, Dr. John Wreglesworth, of Banbury in Oxfordshire, told us that they had previously visited Granada, Córdoba and were on their way to Sevilla, and after that to spend five days in Barcelona. Comments ranged from 'What a lovely village!' to 'What do you do all day here?' (which has no answer). In one of those coincidences that seems to be the norm in Jimena, one of the group was born and raised near where one of the regulars' son and family now live. Welcome, Ozzies, and bon voyage!