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... t as big or as perfect a spot as yesterday but it was a nice place, after setting up their kit, somehow squeezing 7 of them onto the tiny stage it was time for a few beers, a free bottle of jagermeister mixed with something else was handed around and soon polished off, the beers were flowing nicely, it was a hot day so a old beer wasn't difficult to knock back!!! And JIM BEAN, as tally mentioned previously I'd bought ...
... in Korcula is more sedate than Hvar but there were still plenty of people milling around at 9 when we sat down to eat. We shared a huge fresh fish platter, all washed down with some lovely local vino. The types of fish on offer vary day to day but it is safe to say one type of
fish or another are never in short supply on the Island. It was midnight when we started walking back and there was still some music playing but most had retired to their ...
We wish we had stayed in Korcula at least one more night.
Because we made more friends there.
We went to a bakery and spoke. Yes, apparently, speaking fluent English is all you need to make friends in Korcula.
Because there are two retired Californians who have lived in Korcula for the last several years, and after hearing us say a few words, they invited us ...
... the patio - a couple glasses of wine, the adriatic sea, Croatian Islands dotting the water... not bad :)
We headed back to Korcula Town to shower and get ready for dinner. We had a delicious margherita pizza for dinner, with a salad. An old German couple actually joined us for wine after dinner. They were really interesting to talk to and it was very nice. They even bought our after dinner drinks for us!
... again, and we gybe again. Can’t convince Ursula to head directly downwind, as this takes us straight to the East shore, only 500 yards away, so with the wind up to 10 knots, pull it down with no problems as the pole is lower, brace still tight. Can fire the shackle then pull in with the tail onto the deck then push through the dodger into the cabin. We have a bit of a drama tying up because the dinghy is in the way. Nearly touch the yacht to starboard, ...