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Travel Blogs from Podgora
We did manage to find our way off the mainland and over to one of the lovely islands that dot Croatia Dalmatian coast. Korcula (pronounced "Korch-ula") is a beautiful island with another small, walled town. This time we were able to stay inside the old city walls. The instruction for this room was "find the woman selling paintings at the old city stairs and she will help you find me". Mike and I are starting ...
... of like a fish and had a wander. It is also the birthplace of Marco Polo - so a few souvenir places about. We found a nice restaurant along the water to have tea, then even a local water polo match to watch! Amazing view and excellent teams. After a quick drink with a good busker, we headed back to the boat… and hopefully will get some sleep tonight as we seem to be rafted up against a few party ...
... in Washington DC. The beach is made up of large pebbles but once you get about waste deep in the water there is sand beneath your feet. The weather is fantastic, really warm, with no humidity. The boys loved swimming in the clear blue water. Ben scored some beach toys from a family leaving Brac which he used this to his advantage to fish with a net from ...
First hitchhiking day in eastern europe!
It wasn't a great beggining, but it was a definetely awesome conclusion. I started quite late in the morning, and found myself still walking out of Split at noon. It was so much walking than what I had expected! Note for the future: next time plan at least your hitchhiking starting spot and how to get there! The thing is that I found out that all the area near Split by the coast is crowded ...
... Johannes, we are not going to forget this. And neither will God."
"Yeah, but come on!" Patrick claps his hands, "have either of you had supper yet?"
"N-no," Johannes stutters.
"Not yet." I add.
"What luck, neither have we. C'mon!" Patrick takes Johannes' shoulder and leads him onward.
The woman looks at me, "And what is your name?"
"Welcome, Josh. I'm Nancy."