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... markets and around the lower part of the old wall. There was a lot of restaurants there and by this time it was about 11:30 so they were starting to get set up for lunch. I stopped at Restaurant Filipi and had a look at the menu, and I might return in awhile, although the prices look a bit steep.
I eventually walked upstairs to the main part of the old town and ran into one of the others. We decided to have a look in one of the Marco Polo shops and I ...
... soon cured our sickness. And wasps. I believe I am yet to mention the wasps. I'm not sure about the other boats but our boat was a floating honey jar, as soon as the sun came out there would be wasps trying to get into our drink bottles, one got caught in my hair but luckily Denise saved me.
Dal took us to land on the dingy and we caught an hour bus to a town called Korcula ...
... swimming and lots of reading. Motivated ourselves a couple of times to do a bit of fitness. The lads swam over to badia (us non swimmers kayaked / got towed!). I went for a run one morning I was feeling particularly energetic. Did the 101 steps up to the little church - wasn't feeling so energetic after them, so thought I'd take a little path down the side of the hill that looked very much like a shortcut. After about half an hour ...
... beach and we hit the water park. It was pretty awesome but downside it was blowing a gale so it was too cold to run around for too long before getting back in the water. Not that it took that long to fall off and be in the water any way.
We had a good dinner then hit up a bar selling 10 redbull vodka's for 100kuna ($25NZD), cheap as!. Needless to say another great night, late and drunk to bed again!
Day 6 - Thursday 13th June
Very late ...
... at midday. We got there at 10 to 12 to be first in. She met us at 10 past 12 with a big smile. She looked and said: “We’ve just received amendments to the visa requirements. To tell you what is needed, I have to follow the regulations.” She opened a fat folder and turned the pages. Lots of notes and underlines in blue ink. Then she got out our files.
“OK, I need to make copies of your passports and you need to open accounts in ...