Temperatures are consistently in the mid to high thirties centigrade at the moment, occasionally rising to the forties by mid afternoon. So just a few pictures on a wander this morning before the heat becomes too unbearable. Here and below the views to the north from the park area above the Plaza de Andalucia.
Looking south and west over Olvera from the viewpoint in the park.
The "Monumento al Sagrado Corazón" watches over the town.
A recent campaign by the Ayuntamiento has resulted in warning notices being placed in parks and public area's advising people of the fines for not picking up their pet's mess. All very well but the main problem and dangers to health, particularly to children at play, exists on the streets. Where's the sign for the street where we live??.
A house undergoing total reform on Calle Calvario.
Essential maintenance being carried out on the fountain in the Plaza de la Concordia.
I think in all the years of our posting on our blog, I don't think I've ever mentioned the "Plaza Blas Infante", named after the man considered to be the founding father of Andalucian autonomy.
A busy bee collecting pollen from the beautiful hibiscus plant on Avenida Julián Besteiro.
Calle Calvario and below Calle Llana.