Korcula Apartments Lily
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... because they wouldn't have had anyone to serve up their next round of gin and tonic.
We managed to arrive on time, the Thompsons were nowhere in site. The marina boat showed around to our pen. As we rounded the corner, there in front of us were the Thompsons and crew! and too rub salt into the wound, they seemed to have been there for quite a while because they were eating and drinking. We were astonished that a tub like ...
Another early wake up and an early set off on sea, after grabbing coffee of course! We again stopped at a bay for breakfast and a swim. Korcula is a great medieval town that had some awesome shops. The girls looked around the shops and the boys went for a drink. Again we split up, and Adam, Mat and I had a further look around. At 5pm we were meeting of wine tasting at one of the hotels. It was a fun activity, where we each tasted four ...
... We explored Korcula, a lovely medieval town with bell towers, interesting alleys, markets, churches - all with great sea views. It is also famous as it is believed Marco Polo was born here. So there is his house, and lots of souvenir shops with Marco Polo trinkets. Dinner was in the town for those who desired and others enjoyed watching the sunset from the top of the boat and watching the large surrounding mountains change color. We are off to Dubrovnik ...
... was laced with about 4 times the amount of Sulphur dioxide than usual to preserve it. As we were leaving the old guy, who is now my new best friend, gave me a big hug and I promised him one day I would be back. More so for the figs and food, and not so much the wine - but I didn't tell him that. The trip back was interesting, as we jumped into 3 or 4 van type taxis. Our driver had an ACDC cd in the player, so we raced back to the boat with Thunderstruck turned right up. A lot of ...
... there is one street in the town that doesn't have stairs, but Jemma had never found it so we had no chance. We all walked to the pizza restaurant where we would be going for dinner where Jemma sent us all off to wander for about 45 minutes before we were to reconvene. We walked down a couple of streets that mostly sold jewelry and saw about 12 shops named after Marco Polo before we gave up and returned to the pizza place, where a lot of the group were waiting. As hungry as ...