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We were expecting this town to be the highlight of the tour.
It wasn’t. The Old Town is “nice” but, to me, it was lacking charm. We walked
around the city, went into a few churches, looked at the old wall ...
... that all the
people on the two boats enjoy each other’s company. After about a couple of
hours, we moved off to where we intended to go, into the town of Pomena.
Jo had done her homework on trip advisor, and the restaurant we wanted to go to
had two free moorings. Atola and Adora again moored side by
side. Like all these places the staff at the restaurant helped us getting
the boats in.
We used the ...
Okukjle I had a few lessons at the helm !! as I needed to know something as I
now saw that we were indeed considered “crew” Yikes. What were all the dials
all about and good grief steering isn’t really needed much as it is on
autopilot most of the time guided by the GPS course out in by the skipper. Ron
had spent most of the trip so far up at the helm with Kirk chatting so he would
already know ...
... walls and most of the towers in the corners are still standing. The next day, we decided to rent a car to see more of the island. We first drove to Lumbarda, a small town on the east side of the island. Today was a Christian holiday in Croatia, all saints day that occurs annually on Nov 1. The local Christians all dress in black, go visit the cemeteries and place flowers and candles on the graves. We stopped at a floral cemetery ...
Yesterday's bad weather has resulted in our tour "Dalmatian River Cruise" being cancelled, so we decide to walk through this small town.
The Medical Centre has cleared Jeannette to leave the boat. As we ready to exit via the gangplank, the computer won't let her leave. After a couple of phone calls, all is right.
Korcula is yet another walled town and is ...