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... all the boats masts were decorated with flags that presumably represented all the countries the people were from. (plus lots of inflatable toys hoisted up ) it was a great to see and experience.
By the time the evening came, they party had moved by ferry to the town of Hvar (which is where the pin is set on this map), where the night clubs are.
It is very late now, and they still haven't returned, and I am not waiting I am off to bed.
We take a little hike around Korcula before our ferry to Split. This really is a lovely island.
The ferry from Korcula to Split takes about 3 hours and stops in Hvar about halfway. The windows are dirty so, though we try to look at the scenery a bit we settle in to read for most of the trip,
We find the bus for a 20 minute ride to Podstrana without much trouble - most folks in the tourist areas ...
Very slow start to the morning as we motored for a few hours to STARI Grad and all we all slowly got out of bed in a slow form.Stari Grad is the oldest of the towns 300+ BC and another very cute little village on the sea ... It's still on the same island as Hvar ...so those who really did miss the boat could still meet us again ...BUT all made it back on board ...well done troops Only about 6 people made it up in time for breakfast ,.but hey there Is only a small window ...
... their various traditional dress. I couldn't help but wonder whether it was all as spurious and invented a tradition as our Morris Men, but enjoyed it anyway. There were groups of old men singing (well, it sounded like more of a tuneful shouting session) in competition with other groups of old men; young folk flirting with each other and smiling a lot and bands playing traditional instruments on a stage near the Riva, which is the promenade.
... manage to have small little coffee shops etc situated inside them. The town is exceptionally clean and tidy and must rate as one of the cleanest towns left on the planet. You could virtually eat your food off the floor. The temperature out here was well up in the 20s and walking around here in all bike gear was just too hot and so I had to find somewhere for a sit down and a coffee. I walked passed one restaurant and the chap was trying to get me to come in and have some ...