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... there were clear blue skies and everyone was sun tanning on the deck. So, I found a spot in the shade and continued reading my nook. And then we arrived in Korcula Town. A 10 minute water taxi ride took us to our hotel which was clearly built during the communist era, and for some reason reminded me of the holiday resort in the movie Dirty Dancing. There's a small beach to the water as well as a giant pool. Many buildings making up the hotel, and all of this was interwoven between ...
... insight into what happened in the 1991 to 1995 home land war. The old city wall walk was amazing to see the scenery of the beautiful blue sea, the orange roofs and peoples washing hanging everywhere. All the narrow alley ways going up the multitude of stairs. We all met for lunch at the restaurant over looking at the small harbour inside the old city.
We later took the local bus back to the ACI marina to prepare for the ...
Korcula was our next stop (I'm writing this somewhat retrospectively as have been too busy/lazy to keep to real time). Going to be honest, I felt a little out of place there, during our 5 day stay I became rather at home in Dubrovnik and initially Korcula was no match. We arrived to a note on the apartment door along the ones of....Isabel, let yourself in and go straight up tp the third floor (relaxed attitude to security in Korcula) which would have been remarkably ...
... amazing to see that some parts of the old town are still in ruins from a 17th century earthquake. We followed the walls with drinks at a literal hole in the wall - Buźa. The bar sits on the rocks just outside the city walls with a spectacular view of the sea and the island of Lokrum. We sipped on Cava and beer, snacked on Pringles, and enjoyed the unobstructed view of the sunset. We went to dinner at Spaghetti Toni's for gnocchi and bruschetta, and ended the evening at a fun ...
... Really great sea bream. In addition we had things like Eggplant rolls with goat cheese and tomato sauce, peaches in white wine with greek yogurt, and dates wrapped in Dalmation ham (local prosciutto) and baked. So spoiled, but also inspired to cook well when I get home. Also, the first night we had dessert at the expensive restaurant (too pricy for dinner) because they had a gluten free chocolate hazelnut cake. Jill and I shared a piece- it was ...