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... pass even though the weather was nice and
the views would likely have been good.
The second peninsula stop was at Madirazza Winery for a
tasting and naturally the opportunity to purchase a few bottles. The Peljesac
Peninsula is one of Croatia’s premier wine producing regions, small in terms of
acreage and volume produced but considered to be very high in quality. I was
interested to try some wines from ...
... Flash units. I found out later where they were from.
After that we wandered around the walkway that followed the waterfront. We eventually ran into some of the others and sat in the shade in a small bay and just chatted. At about 13:00, a couple of us went to find some lunch. We stopped at a place along the waterfront called “BB Club” or something, and found more members of the group seated there and just leaving. I ordered a Greek salad, ...
... is amazing.
In saying this, the concentration to ensure nothing happened was intense, as it is not what I do, more what other people do on the roads. There are only 2 petrol stations on the island , one at each end. We had trouble finding our closest, but found a guy on a bike, with a petrol can between his legs going to fill up. We followed him luckily, or we would still be looking for it.
Another item to cross of the bucket list.
We slept pretty late and went for a quick swim, attempting to pile as many people as possible on our double lilo, successfully getting to about 8 before the floatie thankfully collapsed nefore my lungs did. We had lunch (a delicious buttery mushroom soup) within sight of shore before docking in Korcula, the town of Marco Polo. It was about a 10 minute walk from the dock to the town, but the heat was pretty stifling by that point so we were all tired by the time we ...
We left Dubrovnik at 6 pm to travel to Korchula, an island off the coast. The first part of our trip was by bus, which we're really glad we did as we drove through some of the most amazing countryside we had ever seen! It is definitely true that Croatia has spectacular scenery! Huge rock-faced mountains, thick dark green forests and the bluest of blue water in cove after cove! These forests and mountains look like they have risen from the water, as they meet ...