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... nothing to do doesn't really appeal to jen and I. With jen getting sick, not wanting to spend money on **** tours and trying to watch what we eat and drank we mainly lazed around, reading books, and I jumped off the boat again (just so I don't end up with a fear of jumping into water).
We headed to the most touristy part of Croatia, hvar, where you could get 6,000 euro vodka and a sunchair all day for 400. I saw a cool little island I though I'd try ...
... cut in front of you and force their way to the counter. Case in point, I was at the post office mailing a bunch of boxes, which granted, given the Communist-era bureaucracy required to mail anything, can take a while. Anyhoo, I’m waiting for them to stamp and tape and shake and shimmy each box and this old lady just shoves her envelopes down in front of me (mind you the clerks are behind a glass shield with a tiny window at the bottom). She starts throwing her envelopes at ...
Tuesday 2nd September
Hi from Korcula, Croatia, birth place of Marco Polo.
After a fairly rough night following the storm that struck after leaving Dubrovnik, we arrived in Korcula port but with no big plans today only to check out all the Marco Polo history.
A tender boat transfer was required again today so we headed ashore after the organised tour groups had left and as has been similair in alot of other ...
... 8217;J And honestly, there is nothing to see except spending days sunbathing, walking and swimming. What a paradise for those who want this type of holiday! No place to go, nothing to do…just relax!
So this was a place where I indulged myself with pleasures of running, swimming, playing with my nephew and reading while drinking ice coffee! It was so good that we decided to spend there couple of days.
So we ...
... du terminal de bus. Elle était toujours déserte, encore plus jolie, et le décor absolument superbe. Pour nous Korčula n'était qu'une étape de liaison, mais elle fut peut-être la plus belle de toutes.
Our next destination after Hvar was Dubrovnik.We had heard so much about the Pearl of the Adriatic that we had allocated a bunch of days for its visit and we didn't linger anywhere else. But, desperately low season oblige, the ferry going ...