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Travel Blogs from Korcula
... the supremely-bemused, underaged gas station attendants (for paying purposes) if they're heading south.
I've noticed transport trucks driving around the gas station to park in the back lot, alongside a few tour buses. For the past twenty minutes I've been shuffling back and forth between the different plots, hoping to get a bit of luck.
... museum and Marco Polo's house, after coffee. We find a table inside in a little coffee house. It is snug and warm and there is no smoking! Yay! We have a view of the port and we can see the weather and the changing sea. My white coffee, 'bijela kava' is like a perfect hot latte. Yum! Bruce indulges in his double espresso. Helps him bounce through the day. Reading about Marco Polo, the Korculeans boast that his ...
... place to be.
We have been away a month now and the time is going quickly but when you think back of all the things we have done it is amazing. Yesterday we hired a little boat and travelled around a small part of the island. We had a fantastic day beautiful weather as usual we just stopped and found spots to swim. We had lunch on a very small island it only had a restaurant on it but had a superb fish plate as they call it .it was a ...
Travelling is very much about discovering places you absolutely love and want to come back to, and then again, every now and again you discover a place you would never ever want return to! The Camargue in France falls into the latter category and a tiny little bay in Croatia in the north near Senj at Sibinj campsite is definitely one to recommend. More about the Camargue later… trailerpark trash has nothing on the gypsies who live there. Quite shocking as ...
... trail. First order of the day is cocktail and we climb up a rather hairy-looking ladder to the top of a turret. We find a gem of a place, where we have cocktails as we watch the sun slowly bronzing the harbour.
As we enter the market-place there is something of a buzz and we can hear the strains of chanting coming from the church. It turns out that we have arrived on a festival day and we watch as a process unfolds, with men and children dressed in traditional ...