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... we set sail for our first port of the trip, Omis. Here we did an excrutiating climb up the mountain to a pirate fortress that overlooked the entire coast. "Unfortunately" I got a massive cramp about halfway up and had to turn around and come back, but the views I saw from the height I got to were still pretty impressive. Omis was a small town with a rich pirate history and so we were told that we could not have our fancy dress pirate night tonight as it would offend the locals. ...
... herself an artist. They had met way back when they were both students at the Zagreb Fine Arts School. We sailed over there in Gullvika and tied up right in front of a table filled with fresh home-made bread, small grilled fish, red wine etc. etc. A look at his finished and part-finished works was something else!!!
Then before leaving for Marseille, we were able to organise a cocktail party for our friends, who to our surprise insisted on taking part with ...
... Korcula (Korcula Island)
Our last day on the yacht. Doug and Ursula get up early to get to the fish market by 7am, as Ursula’s cooking a fish dinner for our last evening together.
Plans to see the island are shelved in favour of the keen sailors having a final day’s sailing with the new spinnaker rig. Dianne stays ashore with her electronics, and finds a set of stairs with some shade and some Wi-Fi connection. She has Doug’s phone ...
... suggests her roots are part of the history here. Barbara has a book of shorts stories published and is about to have a second book released. Her web site is www.barbaraunkovic.com. Check it out. The short stories are brilliant.
We spent three days here, sampling the wine, the food, the scenery and the great company. We were made to feel so welcome it was tough to leave.
Saturday 28th August
Checked out, lugged our cases down the many flights of stairs from where we were staying then headed to the beach for our last swim. It was then coffee time and as is customary in these parts Shane has his coffee espresso style.
After queuing for ages in the sun we were glad to be in the air-conditioned seating of the ferry as we headed back to split. We had 3 hours to waste ...