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... We explored Korcula, a lovely medieval town with bell towers, interesting alleys, markets, churches - all with great sea views. It is also famous as it is believed Marco Polo was born here. So there is his house, and lots of souvenir shops with Marco Polo trinkets. Dinner was in the town for those who desired and others enjoyed watching the sunset from the top of the boat and watching the large surrounding mountains change color. We are off to Dubrovnik ...
Well, today was Joe's birthday and we decided to make sure it was fun but relaxing, too! We started the day taking a water taxi from our campground's boat dock. We were expecting a speedy boat ride, but alas, it turned out to be a nice, large boat that went at a snail's pace. I think we were all a bit bored at the start, but as we came into view of Korcula, we knew we were going someplace quant but special.
Korcula, like many of the Croatian islands, were founded and developed ...
... the boat ...we can roll home. We have an Aussie/Croatian man on the boat and he said yap its the best restaurant in Croatia ...everyone is going for a meat fix ..Ness wants the lamb but he may have to catch it first or run to the butcher ...nope none available ...oh well ..slab of beef fillet and I'm having the mussels in white wine ....delish !! I have to try the steak ...best I've had since I was a kid ...true blue organic beef ...was soooo ...
... we walked up what we thought were the main steps at the Great Land Gate, but which we later figured out was just a side entrance when we came upon the real main steps. Never mind, steps are steps. The first thing we came to was St Mark's cathedral with a bell tower offering more panoramic views, and since we're suckers for a panoramic view, up we went. This turned out to have the teeniest, tiniest set of stairs up to a bell tower ever. Craig had his backpack on ...
We slept pretty late and went for a quick swim, attempting to pile as many people as possible on our double lilo, successfully getting to about 8 before the floatie thankfully collapsed nefore my lungs did. We had lunch (a delicious buttery mushroom soup) within sight of shore before docking in Korcula, the town of Marco Polo. It was about a 10 minute walk from the dock to the town, but the heat was pretty stifling by that point so we were all tired by the time we ...