Korcula Apartments Lily
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... actually from Georgetown. They only register the boats there to save money on the yearly taxes. Apparently, you just tell the Georgetown officials you want your boat registered there. Fill out the forms send it back with the money enclosed and they send the papers and a nice Georgetown flag for your boat. All this time, I thought how on earth did some of these vessels make it all the up the African Coast to ...
So apparently the cave bar was really cool ...but wasn't happening at all and Ness was home at 2 ...good for her to not do a really big one We up anchor at 7am and we continue along this epic coast line ...the mountains are amazing ...following every inch of the coast, but with white rocks giving it a very different look to our rainforest mountains ...very cool.all the gang are very chilled on the top deck, getting a bit of a tan up !! The ...
... head off with swimmers in backpack to take the coast road to Korcula. It's a lovely wooded countryside, lots of pine trees, but also quite a popular inhabited area. A reconnoitre looking over the town of Korcula, then in the main square of the town, before we head out through Lumbarda to a 'beach'. It is a little cloudy when we arrive at the grey sandy beach, which has lots of rocks to navigate, before we get out far enough to a ...
... have a great local bakery called Cukarin, where we picked up a couple of traditional Croatian sweets.
We’ve now had a full day in both Hvar and Korcula, and I’m so glad we didn’t skip over either one when planning our itinerary. Still, a full day was just the right amount for us, no need for longer. Back to Hvar tonight for an early morning ferry to Split tomorrow. These two city mice are leaving the island life behind and heading back to the city. ...
... afternoon here going to one of the many beaches and relaxing for a bit. The beaches here are not sandy for the most part, so it usually means lying or sitting on a towel on pavement, rocks, or stones. At night, we walked around the town, which isn't all that different from other old towns we visited. We did see a gorgeous sunset before settling on somewhere to eat dinner.
The second day we walked to a nearby town called Lumbarda. It's about 5km away and ...