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... family had equipped in the battle between Vienna and Genoa. Korcula was a walled town under the direction of Venice. The Venetian fleet was heavily defeated and Marco Polo imprisoned in Genoa. I should have known this as it was then that he dictated his adventures to a writer from Pisa. The oldest manuscript of the book dates from 1299 and is held in Switzerland. About 150 reprints from the 14th and 15th centuries also still exist.
We then visited the ...
... we are headed then have to use a mud map I have drawn from Google maps the night before, and my memory of landmarks on corners to turn from doing the route using Google maps street view.
After about 20k Madi was feeling sick. We had to stop. We found a place to pull over about 200meters away from a quarry, concrete complex, that looked abandoned. Waiting for Madi to get some fresh air we saw someone move up at the concrete plant. Up above us, only a few ...
... September, so we were able to enjoy the drive without tour buses or other gawking tourists.
That was fortunate, because Croatia's coastal road is stingy with turnouts where you can enjoy the eye-popping nature show. So we sometimes stopped in the middle of the road and looked. And, since there weren’t any cars coming our way, we looked some more. Amazing. Try that on the PCH, or not.
We left Dubrovnik awash in torrential ...
... amongst hostels, home stays, and staying with friends. At dinner I went for seafood again: a plate of mussels cooked with white wine. After dinner I walked a few meters to grab a beer in the main square, where a singer and a guitar player entertained locals and visitors alike. Friday morning I had breakfast in a cafe close to my room: expresso, watermelon, and bread, butter, and jam. The touristic information stand was a few meters away (like everything ...
... perfect for these white grapes that are used to make a dry white wine called GRK. We tried some at dinner tonight - definitely an acquired taste - little aroma, dry and a little on the bitter side. Maybe just as well is it only grown locally. I guess it is a bit Marmite - an acquired taste. Oh well, ready to prepare for the penultimate location - Dubrovnik via minibus, leaving at 9:40am. Korcula is one place we would definitely like to return to... We will add it to our list.