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... just outside of the town of Korcula. All of a sudden, the city was crowded with tourists as the population of the city doubled with the addition of another 2000 tourists. We took this opportunity to visit the stores that were closed when the town was much quieter yesterday and decided to walk on a path up a hill to a tower where we could get away from hordes. We ended up in a nice local restaurant that was not crowded, with ...
... street to the remains of Peters grandfathers home. Not a lot left now but very interesting see where his family came from and how basic it was. We drove on to the end of the street and stopped to ask where a relative lived and was taken up to an old couple who were pleased to meet an Ivankovich from Australia. Couldn't stop the old man talking and they wanted to feed us but we eventually left and drove down a winding road to the coast where relatives ...
... merchant and had lived in the Dalmatian Islands, so it is possible it is Marco's home town. Anyway, never letting hard evidence get in the way of a tourist opportunity there is a Marco Polo house, gift shop, etc., all closed for the winter. In front of the great explorer's purported residence, we found only a shy little girl playing with a cat. So, as we walked through the dark lane ways of Korcula I called out in ...
I woke up this morning when the boat stopped moving and was just rocking in the water with the engine off. I went outside to see what was happening and realised we had stopped for a swim! People were already in the water! I watched for a bit, then went to get my bathers on and went back out and up to the top deck. Apparently you have to jump in from the top of the boat if you want to go swimming! I got up there, and it was really scary! I ...
... for a much needed swim. Carefully however, to watch out for sea urchins which dotted the rocks beneath the swimming area. Cooled down enough to explore the island, a group of us brought tickets into the national park and walked around the two lakes to Malo Jezzero. We swam, chatted and relaxed for the afternoon on the salt water lake-side before floating under the Mali Most bridge that connects the small lake with the larger one. These lakes were inland on ...