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... we found a campground a short distance away and set up the camper, before enjoying the heat of the afternoon on the beach. With the sun leaving the narrow strip of coast just on 4pm, we decided to enjoy the last of the day with a walk around the coastline, enjoying the view.
With the skies looking somewhat greyer than normal, we boarded the ferry mid-morning, bound for Korcula, togs, towels and a picnic packed – we were still ...
... we bout some groceries and had a very quiet evening back at the flat sitting out on the balcony. Saturday Justine and Doug were up and out early climbing and I had the flat to myself. I had intended to walk down to the Beach and also venture out to get lunch or at least a coffee at one of the two restaurants - however, I got stuck in the hammock and lounge chairs at the flat and didn't end up leaving. But I did end up getting in a lot of ...
... canoes I teamed up with our driver Andrej and it wasn’t long before we were on the water and making our way across the lake to Saint Mary Island. I must say it is much harder paddling with a single blade paddle (we use paddles with 2 blades for kayaking) and it took a bit of getting used to. It was at this point that I was ever so glad I was in a canoe with Andrej for when we turned to glance behind us we found everyone was having trouble ...
... and 2 saxophones - lovely.
Then a "Bora" (strong North wind the equivalent to the Marseille "Mistral") - not so enjoyable.
A delicious Hungarian Goulash with German friends on board their yacht "Tequila"
Then the best was the visit to the well-known Croatian sculptor Lujo LOZICA at his studio/workshop on the small island of Vrnik, part of the Korcula archipelago. We had been invited along with Swedish friends for lunch with him and ...
... more tension on the windward rope, we get squared away. The Italians are still not happy, but at least not complaining. Off for showers.
Walk into town for a look at the old city on the point. All have a drink at Doug & Ursula’s favourite cafe, with cheese pastries from around the corner, and check out the ferry ticket office, and when it’s open. The town is impressive, with large semi-circular bastions, pretty promenade on the East ...