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... 6) then went for a walk with the guitar to find somewhere to chill out and play for a while, while most of the others from the boat had hired bikes and gone for a ride around the island. We walked up one way and ended up in what looked like someone's driveway, so we headed back in the other direction where we ran into Rachel, who was struggling to get up the hill with her bike. The chain came off as she was changing gears, so we walked with her back into town, then left her at the bike ...
... deck and snorkelling the coves.
The cruise visited six islands; Brač, Hvar, Vis, Korčula, Mljet and Šipan. The islands all have their unique attractions; Brač is well-known for it's attractive beach nicknamed the Golden Horn. Hvar is the island of wealth and yachts with a castle offering exquisite views of the town and surrounding islands. Vis for its entrancing blue cave which we unfortunately missed due to poor ...
... the same style which is great to listen to , especially when sung under a brick vaulted ceiling on a porch as they were doing.
We've had a lot of rain the last few days so no swimming.
On our last day on Korcula we took a bus to the other end of the island which is so green, probably from all the rain! We visited Vela Luka town which is a small,port and shipyard. An attractive place and ...
... t you ever seen Bosnia?"
"Of course not."
"You need to."
"You can't leave."
I look at them both, their faces suspended between a state of ironic banter and a deeper, almost wounded concern. Drele looks away, "After all, this is just beginning. You must stay."
"I wish I could, but, if I overstay my visa I might never be able to come back."
Vid sighs. "Okay, but not yet."
... then takes us to our little apartment. It is very homely. She explains it is her place and she moves downstairs to her brother's place in summer so she can rent out her home. We have a wonderful view of the marina from our third floor location. Once we get settled, I am itching to explore. Korcula is the legendary, mythological, unproven but widely celebrated birth place of Marco Polo. His house is on display and there are shops selling 'original' Marco ...