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... to music, and at one stage I even fell asleep just listening to the waves, it was very relaxing! I was woken up by an old guy who had come down to the little 'pier' (or slab of rock) in front of us with a piece of rope, who started fishing for something. On his first cast, he pulled a little octopus out of the water! Crazy! Then he picked it up and started bashing it into the stone, brutally murdering it, until it stopped ...
... but very attractive was the Gospojina Church (Church of Our Lady) from 1483. Under floor tombs of the local aristocracy and defenders are the base with large stone slabs with engravings, and 20C mosaic now at the alter. Outside a flag column from 1515 completed the church's presence in the central square of old Korcula As we wandered through the old town and considered what we will do over the next 2 days, we ran into friends of Michaels. We knew they would be around ...
... really should have waited till later in the night but mum and baba were leaving that night so that was the only time we had. It was tough but we got to the end eventually-actually took stairs down 20 minutes from the end we had fully had enough and run out of water. The walls were difficult in the heat and some of the steps were very little but it was well worth the walk- knowing these walls helped protect the city ...
... time we left the restaurant it was dark. Out for a bit of a boogie at one of the nightclubs (full of people off the boats) then home to bed. Glen and I actually decided we wanted to lie up on deck and look at the stars then we woke up an hour later ... whoops!
Day 2 - Sunday 9th June - We woke up to the boat already moving this morning and we were on our way to Mljet. It was a sail today so we spent the morning lying on deck reading and sunbathing and ...
"But after I must deliver my gift, then find a place to park and sleep."
"You don't have a hotel?"
"Not this time."
"Me neither - I need to find a bush I can fit my sleeping bag under."
He gives me a look. Bells are ringing. "But first you can come with me. You can meet them if you wish, in their castle."
"See, the church."
I raise my head.