Continuing the story told in the film Welsh Connections, Tim Emmett returned nine months later to his project at Stennis Ford in Pembroke. This time he succeeded, completing the coveted first ascent of Muy Caliente!, E10 6c.
'It’s Spanish for very hot. It’s a phrase I use a lot ‘Muy Caliente! Bueno! Beuno!’ I use it to refer to spicy food, although in Spanish slang it can also mean ‘very horny!’ Basically I use it for any situation which is a bit spicy!'