Holiday Resort Adriatic
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... pretty cloudy day, it was very atmospheric! We walked with Kelsey and Sam for a while having a look at restaurants (it turned out there was only one in the whole town that was open and served food!) then we went with Angus into the towns tiny supermarket. The boys bought a couple of beers each then we went along the towns little rocky beach and found a ledge overlooking the water to sit and drink on. We chilled there for a while, chatting ...
... and they are oversupplied with bells and bell towers. A Croatian sculpture has various commissions around the bay, the most notable being the Fallen Soldier statue dedicated to WW11. The rain had started by now, the first in the 11 days we have been away. Tho a nuisance as we were unprotected from it, it was a welcome relief after the heat we had experienced. Back in Korcula we left the idea of kayaking and ...
... boarder control. Finally after a 6 hour bus trip of which I managed to sleep most of we were in Dubrovnik. At the bus stop we decided to get a taxi to the apartment where we were staying it was the easiest way to get our luggage there. After Rome I was so grateful to be going to explore somewhere that I actually knew the language. Yes i was able to use English in Rome but it wasn't the same as being able to speak the ...
... the two lakes and back out to sea again. Our paddling skills left a little to be desired- or maybe it was just because I was steering, I'm definitely used to a calm lake- but we eventually got things figured out. Our final activity, after a light, unimpressive lunch at the only restaurant that was really only required to fend off low blood sugars, was to find a swimming hole. The entire lake is open for swimming so while there are a couple common swimming areas most people ...
... undergrowth and, miraculously, we arrive in town unscathed.
Or Italy? A first impression is impossible to make, being utterly gobsmacked by GREEN WHITE RED GREEN WHITE RED e...v...e...r...y...w...h...e...r...e. Patriotism is one thing, participating in mob-like flag-brandishing bearing a strong resemblance to the violent pirouettes of tribal warfare is quite another. We have to honk a fleet of bickering nonnas onto ...