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Tuesday December 16, 2014
You can't swim on the beach or go on the tourist boats, but you can still take the cheap ...
... an hour in a dodgy area and then just decided to get a cab. We realised once the cab started driving that we had been walking in the complete wrong direction. Dinner was amazing! All the hassle was definitely worth it. It was this big tavern with sandstone walls and big wooden beams. We shared a big Greek salad and chicken breast with feta sauce. Delish! The next day we had a sleep in, had breaky and wandered around. Later on we checked out and caught the train to the ...
... to one of the islands near Korcula (Big Firebird) and after a swim and lunch we kayaked into Vela Luka along the coastline. We enjoyed a coffee on the foreshore at a local hotel before kayaking back out to meet the boat which was anchored nearby. We circumnavigated an island close to the boat which is a nature reserve. As we had a big lunch of Gnocci and Goulash which was made from wild pig we only needed a light dinner. 16 September The boat left at 6:00am to drop us ...
A very depressing, boiling hot, strenuous walk later, we arrived at our hostel which thankfully was really nice. We couldn’t check in yet so we carefully locked our bags and went to the beach. At the beach we drank a few burgers and cocktails (well deserved after our day) and talked to some english girls who were next to us. When we came back I was too worn out to do anything but sleep but Gemma played a few card games with the guys in our dorm for a ...
... we had a glimpse of the cockpit ( or whatever they call them in trains) for a few minutes as he then pulled the curtain. The driver was then seen at stops of longer than 5 minutes for 'smoko breaks'
It is an older train so there is no screen giving speed and location details and no power points to charge gadgets. Ours were charged so that was not an issue.
We passed a house with flowers in ...