Well hopes for today were relatively low with the WNW wind still blowing force 6 to 7; up until lunchtime it had continued to feel like hard work although we had picked up a bigger variety of species than yesterday. After lunch we decided to walk up to Mianes as the flattish fields there are often good for Wheatears, as we walked up the road we spotted a Bee-eater on the wires ahead and to both our surprise and delight it turned out to be a BlueCheeked !!!
After a while watching this and getting some passable pics we carried on up to the plateau where we saw a good number of Wheatears, but more of that later as beer and food are the next priority !
The Bee-eater was still present as we left Mianes and was sat on the first powerlines as you approach the village.