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For dinner we went to the bar where we had breakfast on the first day and had a nice meal. Our Croat waiter not so jovial today. Cheryl settled for the local homemade pasta and I had shrimp risotto. After dinner we had a quiet stroll around the esplanade to walk off some carbs. There were some magnificent yachts berthed at the quay for the night, how does anyone earn that much ?? and where do I get some of the action!
Today we had a late start as we only got to bed at 5am. Everyone looked shattered in the morning but Cat and I were up early so set off for coffee and a small supermarket shop. Unfortunately Mat had also left the boat, so when we got back we still had to wait about 30 minutes for him to return. We anchored at a beautiful bay for a swim, and then Brad and myself made French toast, which was delicious! We ...
... recently. The quality and size of the boats in the harbour and the number of people around was quite impressive. It is a bit flashier than the other towns and I didn't like it as much for this reason. We had to park the kapetan Jure about 67 boats out from the promenade which meant we had to walk through 6 boats to get to the shore. We've done this before but only 3 or so boats out. It was very interesting with a Spanish Fort sitting up on the hill looking down ...
We arrived at Hotel Korkyra in Vela Luca at 9:30pm & they suggested a local place for dinner. At this hour, there were only a few diners in the tiny restaurant. We were greeted by the owners' son with an enthusiastic "you're from Boston, I love the Red Sox". Dick, of course, was wearing his Red Sox hat - yes, Kara, he made it very clear that he is NOT a Yankees fan. From then on we were treated royally. The first photo is of the ...
... didn't help. So we jumped happily into the fast catamaran of the Jadrolinja to Hvra, little island with the reputation of being the new Riviera.
And well, it wasn't exactly what I had in mind. It was raining when we got there, and outside of the few people on the pier offering accomodation it was mostly empty. But it a way it wasn't that bad because the city is very pretty indeed, and in the middle of the summer with hordes of tourists ...