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... the later part of the 6th Century when it fell into disrepair. It is currently being used as housing for the people of Split in that the remains have been divided up into individual residences and thus it is still a living palace. Today we left Split at 7.00am heading for the island of Korcula. Another beautiful day. At least on the ...
... while for the anchor to grab and we then spent a couple of hours on the top deck sunbathing and jumping into the azure crystal clear waters. Some were a little scared to jump off the 2nd or 3rd levels. Of course Rhys climbed out on the vertical pole at the front of the boat and did a backward flip into the water. We all had fun floating and joining up in a large circle as star shapes. Talyse had bought a couple of blowup floating which was handy in the ...
... other hand demonstrated how they make the macaroni type pasta by twirling it on a thin stick. We then went for a 30 minute walk around the village with the owner, who was so proud of his village, people and history. Back to the restaurant and we were treated to platters of prosciutto, hand made cheese and tempura zucchini fritters. This was followed by a delicious home made pasta with a tomato based meat sauce. They also made the wine they served us. A red and a white which ...
... it must be so quiet when the boats leave each day !! We stop for a glass of supa good local red and the guy proceeds to inform us that so many of the inhabitants of the island left for Sydney and Melbourne many years ago when there was a crisis on the island ...he then brings me..another good wine to try ..mmm not as good as the first...downed those and we head back to see if everyone is ready to eat yet ...it is getting onto 7 so it is early but ...
... merchant and had lived in the Dalmatian Islands, so it is possible it is Marco's home town. Anyway, never letting hard evidence get in the way of a tourist opportunity there is a Marco Polo house, gift shop, etc., all closed for the winter. In front of the great explorer's purported residence, we found only a shy little girl playing with a cat. So, as we walked through the dark lane ways of Korcula I called out in ...