I suggested a rifle and steady hand to deal with the last two and was met with a chorus of teeth sucking from the Franciscan friars.
There is a story going around that these grounds inspired the light orchestral composer Albert Ketelbey 1875-1959 to pen In a Monastery Garden filled with bird song, the peel of bells and the sound of a choir in the distance.
There's another story that he was prompted to write it after coming upon a ruined monastery in Yorkshire.
Believe what you will, either way it was a chart topper for him in 1915.
The border needs a 'lift' - a little colour perhaps. Any ideas?