Bluesun Hotel Alga
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- Swimming pool
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... was an option, but Gare, Erenna, and I didn't mind walking, even in the heat. Lumbarda is a very small, quaint town right along the water, known for beaches, great food, and wineries. We rented bicycles and rode around trying to find a lighthouse we were told about. The ride wasn't far, but it was very challenging at times as to find the lighthouse we had to leave the paved road and ride up some unpaved hills. We finally found the lighthouse, parked the bikes, ...
Today we spent the morning on the beach (there may have been a small amount of shopping as well). It was time to visit Covici, the village of the Covich clan. Our generous host Vlado Covic was our guide today. We drove up the mountain to Covici, which is a short drive from Tucepi. We walked past a number of old houses to Vlado's property, which has been renovated ...
... driven the road often due to the speed he was going! Scenery - 10 Comfort - 2 The last part of the trip was by car ferry, and we arrived at 9:30pm. We were staying just outside the old town, which was a good location. Korchula town is a lot smaller than Dubrovnik. It still has a city wall, but it is not very high and has a footpath with cafés, bars, etc on it. There were still small cruise ships there for the day, but now where near as busy as ...
I woke up today with a crazy hangover, then kept sleeping on and off until lunch time. When I got up for lunch, we were already docked in Korcula and I had apparently missed a whole stop, where some people had gone for a walk through a small village. I didn't mind though, because it was rainy, cold and miserable! I sat down for lunch and struggled through about a third of my food, before heading back to bed for another snooze and leaving Darren to play a game of chess against ...
The first night on the boat was ok. We're downstairs in the hull and are lucky enough to have air conditioning that ran all night. Everyone above us said it was so hot it was hard to sleep. The boat left port at 9 and everyone was up on deck sleeping or sun baking. When the boat stopped for a swim I decided to face my fears and I jumped in. The water is so blue but so salty! You're covered in salt when you get out. Our boat crew blew up a huge inflatable raft that everyone could sit ...