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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, …
... on the horizon. This is our third visit and would have to say one of our favorite islands on the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia. Legend has it that Marco Polo was born here, just don't tell the people of Venice as they also lay claim to him. Learned some interesting tidbits regarding sailing from the captain. I've always wondered why so many of the ships are from Georgetown, South Africa. Turns out none of the ...
... interesting shop that made crayons from scratch that don't melt or come off in your hands. They are called Boya crayons, and were unlike anything we'd ever seen! Thus, we are now the proud owners of a set of six, and Ainsley is already enjoying them. We had lunch, gelato and a bit more of a stroll and then headed back to our campground.
We ended the day with beach and pool swims, a nice dinner at the restaurant, and a happy birthday crepe for Joe!
... 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, ...
... cookies, and chocolate topping. This I Quit Sugar thing is working out really well for us. Surprisingly, no sense of deprivation at all.
Just before it was time for our ferry back to Hvar, we wandered the town outside the old town walls. It was, as described, a little more low-brow, a little rougher around the edges, than inside the old town, and the water front definitely had debris and a little trash washed up on it, which was unheard of in Hvar. But ...