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So it was time to leave Dubrovnik for the island of Korcula, once part of the Venetian empire. Of course, when we awoke before our early morning ride there was intense thunder and listening and major rain. But to our relief the rain stopped by the time we loaded of the taxis to head to the port. The ferry ride was about 4 hours. I have to admit, …
... soap and a lavender bag! The lovely German singers lead us in a German birthday song over breakfast. Zel was born in Croatia, and came to Australia with his parents at the age of 14, and now lives in Queanbeyan! It turns out he was an early member of Canberra Rowing Club and rowed in the first regatta on Lake Burley Griffin with my Black Mountain Rowing Club colleague Alex Leitch! Small world!
So it promises to be a sunny day, ...
... have a great local bakery called Cukarin, where we picked up a couple of traditional Croatian sweets.
We’ve now had a full day in both Hvar and Korcula, and I’m so glad we didn’t skip over either one when planning our itinerary. Still, a full day was just the right amount for us, no need for longer. Back to Hvar tonight for an early morning ferry to Split tomorrow. These two city mice are leaving the island life behind and heading back to the city. ...
... was an option, but Gare, Erenna, and I didn't mind walking, even in the heat. Lumbarda is a very small, quaint town right along the water, known for beaches, great food, and wineries. We rented bicycles and rode around trying to find a lighthouse we were told about. The ride wasn't far, but it was very challenging at times as to find the lighthouse we had to leave the paved road and ride up some unpaved hills. We finally found the lighthouse, parked the bikes, ...
... an English-speaking clientele. They were the only restaurant we've seen whose menu was only in English, as opposed to about 5 different languages. The food was great and they had fun non-yellow fizzy beer. This morning we said goodbye to Dubrovnik and made our way up to Korčula Town, courtesy of a private driver, Mario, in a Mercedes E-class. We're really roughing it these days. Mario took us to Mali Ston and Ston, which are connected by the longest stone wall in Europe, ...