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We are on the island of Korcula in a village of the same name. Contrary to popular belief this is where Marco Polo was born, not Venice. We are reminded of how adventurous and ingenious people were in the 1200s. Unlike many european towns Korcula is a "designed" town with roads laid out to capture the favourable winds on one side and keep out the harsh winds on the other. This town is so small you can walk the circumference in 5 minutes or cut across it in 3 ...
... our boat was moored. It was only about a 10 minute walk to the first of two “lakes”, the Small Lake. They’re called lakes, but are really inlets, fed by salt water surging from the Adriatic through a 35 foot wide channel with the ebb and flow of low tides.
Upon seeing the lake, we were immediately struck by its surreal color. Photos don’t do it justice, but I think “translucent turquoise” is about as close as I ...
We have enjoyed 3 lovely days here in Dubrovnik, we arrived a little later than planned due to Croatian Air going on strike, but we had a lively evening looking around the old city. We are staying in the old city inside the walls in a pension, it is in one of the little lanes that come straight up from the center square. There are many steep steps to climb but we have a lovely room. There are a 4 of us in this pension and 2 in the ...
... les îles de Badija et Planjak à l’est de Korcula.
Le samedi 11 août nous sommes de retour à Korcula et le mardi 14 nous nous sommes retrouvés chez la police. Cette fois-ci, ils nous ont envoyé à un tribunal spécial. Qu’allait–t–il arriver? Il fallait remplir les mêmes formulaires que nous avions déjà remplis chez la police. Fallait-il tout recommencer?
Une fois les formulaires remplis, la personne qui nous a reçus ...
It was a very short sail today to the island of Mljet. Only 2 hours after we left Korcula, we set our eyes on Mljet and the National Park there. Maybe we didn't explore the other islands enough to make a reasonable comparison, but I think Mljet is the most beautiful of them all. 90% of the island is a national park which includes 2 sandy beaches. Sadly they're on the other end of the island which is 37 km away. In my mind though, I've ...