Bluesun Resort Afrodita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the light wasn't the best but was a cool minimalist subject. Jen was the crankiest the whole trip, getting pretty sick. We didn't sleep till late cause of the dance music.
The next was another island with an old port where we did wine tastings. We met up with some people for dinner and stayed up late. We regretted it the next day, staying inside most of the day and getting sea sick tablets while we wandered looking for McDonald's, to no avail. But we ...
... walks out. Then another dude puts his envelopes on the scale (picture both of his arms fitting through a 12 inch wide hole in the glass partition), sees how much it weighs and tosses six kunas at the woman. She’s still wrapping, and wrapping, and wrapping, my boxes with tape, like she’s attempting to stop the rotation of the earth. Suddenly, I start feeling really hot and the hairs on the back of my neck are tingling. I look up and the remaining 10 people in line ...
... can see the fortress and buildings from the port. These towns where set up to defend from potential invaders and Korcula was no different established in the 10th and 11th century and their famous son, Marco Polo, was born in September 1254.
We explored the narrow cobblestone streets of Korcula, found the house where Marco Polo was born and lived until in his late teens, the house had a lookout where the family could ...
... in Croatia for over a week now, visited few places, drove few miles, met some people. Our experience of this country was fantastic and we kind of regretted that our parents weren’t born here…that would be a kick! The country has one of the most beautiful coasts with clear water and long beaches (some of them even white, most have little stones) and mountainous backdrops seen from every beach. And people!
... way to Dubrovnik wasn't running! The furthest we could go by boat was the little city of Korčula, on the island of the same name.
It very much seemed to be out of the beaten tracks: one boat per day coming from the North, one bus per day heading South, and respective timetables so bad that we didn't have a choice to stay over for one night. A few hostels in the old town, which is tiny anyway, and room available everywhere: I never know if it's a good sign or ...