Korcula Apartments Lily
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... is a breeze. We made two swimming stops to swim in the Adriatic Sea. It's colour is amazing. The locals of Korcula claim Marco Polo was born here. Apparently no evidence is available to show where Marco Polo was born so it cannot be proven or disproven. Korcula was occupied by the Greeks in the 4th Century and in the 9th Century the Croats ...
... They even have a stand up paddle on board - so a few of us gave that a go. Lunch was a continuous stream of soup, freshly made bread, various savouries, vegetables, salad and finished off with crepes - all enjoying the feast of foods. You have to time your arrival, when you get to the next island as many boats need to pull up and they stack them one next to the other with large buoys between them. You have to walk through the other boats to get to the ...
... 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 ...
... nope it's happy hour !! Nice ...so cocktails of all descriptions are being created .. One of the girls is a barmaid in London and so she jumps behind the bar to create a good espresso martini, for her and Ness ....lookout ...the girls are in fine form. I order "sex on the beach" ...but hold the sand !! And no he's calling it "sex on the boat". I wish Anyway we eventually step out for a bite and someone said this place here ...perfect ...
... laid out to make the best use of breezes and shade, and as described by Rick, “tiny lanes branch off the humble main drag like ribs on a fish backbone.” They are also very proud of the claim that Marco Polo was born here, so his presence is definitely felt through the M Po house, the M Po museum, and the M Po gift shop. We visited none of these.
When we arrived, we walked up the main steps, through the Great Land Gate, and into the old ...