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... to the car ferry on time, Dick insisted on finding Marco Polo's house, deep in the bowels of the walled city - well, he found it & we lost each other in his pursuit. A shop owner helped me search for "a tall, balding man in a yellow shirt" (as I described Dick) & we finally chanced to run into each other in the town square.
We left Korcula Town & drove to the 3pm car ferry to Orebic. The building housing our hotel ...
... oil made in tradition method . It was savoury and piquant. He explained that if they use any equipment to help get the olives off the trees then its really important to process them immediately before any oxidation can occur , in the old days if they had extra olives that couldn't be processed till later they would keep them in a basket in the sea , he gave us some oil made this way . We also tried his anchovies which were ...
... br> Run and swim to start the day, break and thread to town, again words fail to do justice to the absolute beauty of this place. Walk to the harbour, through the town square and onto the produce markets, for really good fresh food.
The crew then make our way to Momo beach to hang out, very cool hang, and lots of people watching. Afternoon siesta calls, then mum and dad head out for dinner at a restaurant close to home recommended by ...
... I am sure this happens at every terminal every day. Rob and I just wanted to get out and suggest, how about considering different lanes for different destinations and then one can control the vehicles entering easily, but no, that would be too logical.
We boarded the car ferry at lunchtime and it was about 3.5 hour trip to Hvar. It was an extremely hot day and there was not much room inside in the air con. A ...
... and a car as he can probably just manage his day pack and stick! Plenty of time to write and read and admire the Dalmatian coastline and listen to the conversation of our fellow English-speaking travelers. Waiting in the ferry queue at Stari Grad, we laugh about the cues we take from the cars around us. First it's all so casual, park, get drinks and food, lounge about and look relaxed. Then anticipation builds, the half hour pre-departure strikes, doors slam, cars rev. I say I am ...