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... walls and most of the towers in the corners are still standing. The next day, we decided to rent a car to see more of the island. We first drove to Lumbarda, a small town on the east side of the island. Today was a Christian holiday in Croatia, all saints day that occurs annually on Nov 1. The local Christians all dress in black, go visit the cemeteries and place flowers and candles on the graves. We stopped at a floral cemetery ...
... hot spots have begun to close. Realising we knew next to nothing about Marco Polo, aside from the infamous pool game, we spent a few koner and went to the local museum for an forty minute audio presentation, accompanied by beautiful scenes, created with models. Inspired to read the book, we left the museum and got to the bell tower at dusk, just in time to see the sun go down, the moon come up and the beautiful city below fade into darkness. Korčula is ...
I slept OK but woke feeling quite heavy and a bit slow, so was glad that I had a choice of rides to do today. Grant planned to do the big 'up and over' ride of 55kms and I decided to do the short 12kms back to the boat and sail onto the next stop. A few others were doing the same as me as they were a bit tired and the hills sounded a bit too spicy! Spicy is a word Elvis, the mountain bike guide, uses to describe the harder hills, so we've ...
... from the other boats over night; someone forgot to switch the tank to 'hold' mode - if moving everything is flushed into the sea. Balazs was onto it though and took us to another beautiful swim stop whilst breakfast was prepared. Then the real 'fun' began.
We were greeted with 3m swell following us as we rounded into the more open waters between Mljet and Korcula. A couple were seriously sea sick; Balazs had thrown a rope around Alex' body ...
... which he proceeded to cut and we ate the insides with bread. There wasn't much of a taste, but the process of seeing him gather and cut them was cool. It was strange to watch the spikes of the sea urchins still moving even after they had been cut in half and out of the water for a long time. Later on as the sun was setting Mario cooked us fish, grilled zucchini, and provided salad and bread. The three of us also polished off a bottle of wine. The meal was ...