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Travel Blogs from Lumbarda
... merchant and had lived in the Dalmatian Islands, so it is possible it is Marco's home town. Anyway, never letting hard evidence get in the way of a tourist opportunity there is a Marco Polo house, gift shop, etc., all closed for the winter. In front of the great explorer's purported residence, we found only a shy little girl playing with a cat. So, as we walked through the dark lane ways of Korcula I called out in ...
... beer until happy hour on the boat saw the cocktails come out in large vases and equally as big straws. It's fair to say the bar tab tally went up a few notches that night. By midnight the music from the boats beside us got turned off and all its inhabitants made a hasty exit via the other boats docked beside it to the bars on the island. For us it was just a ladder climb down to our cabin to settle in for the night, ready for a new location in the morning.
... scenic drive as we made our way from one end of the island to the other for the short ferry ride back to the mainland. From Drvenik we hugged the coast and before long we were crossing the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina. Holding on to a coastal strip of just 24.5 kilometres, our time in B & H was limited with just a short rest stop in the town of Neum before continuing our transit through and crossing the border back into Croatia.
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 train to Lucy sur Yonne to meet up with Peter and Ann.
Up and pack before 5am. Quite light, but very quiet in the streets, apart from young Brits still up from last night. Get to the bus stop by 5.30am for the 6am bus which arrives, and opens for business. Not the company we expected, but Croatian Airlines Zagreb, but it is going to Split airport, for 30 kuna each. We and a Brit family of four are the only passengers, and it leaves at 5.30am, much to ...