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... experienced our first rush of Italian boaters as boats crammed into a busy anchorage and we realised their sailing was like their driving, so out went the fenders, despite being on anchor! Also our first charge for being on anchor - what's that all about but hey a beautiful ...
The morning started with birthday wishes for Graeme who hit the big 60 today. There was lots of presents cards and kisses.Then it was off on the local bus to the old city of Dubrovnik. Most of us walked the old city wall and some of us took the ride in the cable car up the mountain (even Dianne who is very scared of heights) to look at the war museum on top of the hill. The war museum is Fantastic to see as really ...
... marina soon filled up.
The girls quickly headed off for some serious shopping while the boys tidied up the boat.
When the girls got back the boys where missing and the boat was well set up. We all then got changed and met the boys for fiveses and then dinner while watching the soccer on the big screen at the restaurant.
A great day was had by all.
Everyone was very impressed with Korcula, a very beautiful City.
Brian and Dianne
... around town. It was the last day of school for the local high schoolers, so they were out in groups celebrating all over town. Lunch was lentil soup and salad at Moskar, followed by a nap (have I mentioned the jet lag?). By the time we woke up the cruise ships had left for the day and we headed for the city walls. After an overcast morning, the skies had cleared, which made for some amazing views along the walls. It was a totally different perspective of the city to see it from ...
... feet. Our bags. More people, bok, bok. We get in the car. All their arms are moving. Everything is moving.
A chalky road splits this village in two.
Eventually a gas station.
More you're welcome. Hvala. You are always welcome.
Sunlight on their car as they pull away, window down.
Stay, they say, please stay.
I unfurl my hitchsign, recently labelled DBRVNK. The ...