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It was a beautiful day to set sail and teach the little fish skeleton shaped town of Korčula, beloved home of Marco Polo. Like all the seaside Croatian towns it had an old city and a new city, cafés overlooking seaside views, and a range of tourist shops and miniature museums. Korčula also has a big Catholic population and is centred around a beautiful church, the tower of which gives panoramic views of the city. Nuns walk by in pairs, chatting, and ...
... funny in that it has a picture window into the bedroom and clear glass sliding door. Took a walk before dinner along the waterfront. Had dinner with Jack and Ann at Pizzeria Alfa a few blocks from the hotel. Checked our email in the lobby when we got back since that is the only place in the hotel for wifi and then turned in. We have a late start tomorrow because of the ferry ...
... gets some great underwater photos. I was wondering why my bikini wasn't fitting well, and it suddenly occurs on me.. Kevin (has stretched it for life haha).
Time for a quick beer (to calm the nerves) and its the girls turn to drive home! The boys look nervous (not sure why).. and we own it! I even manage to crack 51km/hour - boom! Alan proceeds to tell me that I hit the kerb on the way home, but I ...
... did a quick walk around and the town really was super pretty. It had many super yachts parked up and quite a large boardwalk type part which was lined with restaurants and live music. We found a nice place on the water for a drink to watch the sunset and eventually ended up just staying at the same place for dinner. We ate dinner as a whole group of course, which was getting a little bit more like hard work but it was ...
... trough picturesque vineyards and olive plantations, with the Adriatic shimmering all around, other islands, the mainland, and small towns and ruins whizzing by. We went out to one of the long ends of the island (Korcula town is on a peninsula that sticks straight out of one of the long sides of the island.) and took some photos of the beautiful clear blue water and then headed back to one of the beaches. We had lunch at one of small beachside cafes and laid on the sand ...