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... to take in the ritual. We continued west along the island to a very nice quiet cove called Pupnatska Luka. The beach was empty except for one other family, so we stayed for most of the afternoon enjoying the surrounding nature, pebble beach and waves of the Adriatic. Then we drove to the other side of the island stopped for a cappuccino at a cafe in a lovely little town on the coast called Vela Luka. The next day a large cruise ship ...
... man walks up to him and drunkenly says "you came here to die!!!" The Australian looks at him and answers "no, I can here yesterday". Dario tells this joke, or tells us we are all here to die, often (especially after several rum shots) and with his Croatian accent, it is pretty funny, maybe a little unnerving too. We had dinner as a group tonight again, cheap pizza from a restaurant in town. One of the two mulleted Aussies on our trip had downed far too many ...
... I went out to the other side of the road, whether I forgot where I was or was just trying to avoid the bunch of riders, I don't know but the next thing I knew I was facing a car coming straight at me. I overreacted, braked and ended up falling and skidding along the road nearly going under the oncoming car, hurting my right shoulder and hip in the process. It shook me up quite badly and luckily Grant and Marin were there to get me up ...
... a local family restaurant , Konoba where all the ingredients are local and everything is cooked on sight. What a feast it was! From a plate of cheeses, bread, dips and prosciutto to start, 4 variations of pasta next, lamb cooked on a spit with fresh green salad and this amazing plate of shared desserts. All the wine was local too. It was a real meal of local delights.
We then headed home as tomorrow morning we are heading to. On a ferry at 5.30am - yes I did say 5.30 ...
... br> It is meant to be the birth place of Marco Polo. The fortifications were built to keep the Turkish invaders out.
The city consists mainly of narrow cobble-stoned streets that run off the main road.
Jeannette spots a watch shop and actually buys one. It has a large, contrasting face for easy vision.
After a couple of hours, a coffee/beer and a tour of ...