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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 ...
Well it turns out the loud music and partying was on our boat. I guess that was lucky as at least we knew it would stop at a reasonable time which it did. Apparently one revealer had to be carried to her cabin by one of the waiters. To say they are a loud and raucous group is an under statement! Although I set my alarm for 7:15 there was no need as the engine started up at exactly 7:00am. Breakfast was at 8:00 as per usual as we headed for the Island of Mljet. I sat ...
... then samples home made liqueurs and candied oranges and sugared almonds' all prepared after old recipes
Next stop a local winery where we sampled some of the white wine famous in this area . When the first phylloxyflora virus hit Europe and wiped out all the major wine areas , Kormorula was untouched and prospered greatly from the demand for wine. They weren't so lucky with the next outbreak and had to replant after ...
... the Dalmatian coast for thousands of years. It is nestled right in the middle of the Adriatic and hence from a lookout ships can be seen for hundreds of miles in any direction, so Venetians and then Slavs took advantage of that. Later Napolean took it as part of his conquests and so of course the English had to follow. It was also convenient for the British to land and refuel to prepare for attacks on the Italian coast in WWII. Later the Yugoslavian army took over most of the ...
... marina you can't help by just stop and stare at these boats. It was also a Saturday so all the sail Croatia boats were in as well from Split.
We stayed at Hostel Villa Marija and it was one of the best hostels were ever stayed at. Marija gave us homemade hazelnut (with some alcohol) shots, free homemade wine and even a free BBQ that consisted of burgers bigger than the size of my ...