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... the hottest we all jumped into the water.
It was so cold, but i'll get use to it later in the holiday.
But for now it is so cold.
And then we went out the back and had a fire.
Yep this place is awesome.
Day 2 we drove to the main town of Korcula.
It is right on the water edge we could see like 6 or 7 meters deep.
I so wanted ...
... see-through shower & bathroom in Hotel Korkyra - interesting concept in hotel rooms!
This morning we decided to hike up to a famous cave above the city. The hotel gave us a key to get into the site, as it is still closed "prior to summer". The views of the city were increasingly incredible as we climbed to the top. Relics were found in the cave from 18,000 years ago! They have all been removed to the local museum ...
... Adriatic. Dick was trying to take a picture of me on my camera but kept saying it wouldn't work. I kept calling from the water that it was probably in video mode. He kept yelling "no". I swam back & climbed up the ladder to check it. It WAS in video mode & our whole exchange is on film - Dick's last words (as I took the camera) were " it's NOT on video". If he's not good, I may share ...
... initially docked next to 2 boats but there was some heated discussion and then we moved out so the smaller boat next to us could switch places with us. I was pleased about this as I didn't want to have to step down across a big gap again! Had a quick walk around the town - there is really nothing to it before we headed off to the National Park. 80 Kuna entrance fee but that included the boat to the island in the middle of the big lake. There are 2 lakes that ...
... of St Klement where we headed. Another ...... Day in paradise as we gently castoff in the 30 seater (with only 7 on board) boat acting as a taxi to and from St Klement island. The main village Palmizana is famous for its restaurants, cocktail bars and an art gallery. It was quiet when we arrived at 10.30 but packed by the time we left. Our main interest was the walking track to the remote village of Vlaka and to visit and swim in the quiet coves on the way. ...