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... 3rd century BC. The museum is devoted in part to explaining the key industries of the town, namely ship building using the local pine forests and lapidary (stone masonry) using locally quarried limestone. The three floors are laid out as the house would have been originally. The ground floor as a shop, the next floor as living quarters with oddments of furniture and household goods that span several centuries and ...
... fresh bread and a lovely platter of boiled potatoes, green beans, and grilled zucchini and aubergine with a tad of garlic and butter – just wonderful.
At last – we had experienced true good local food – cooked by a gorgeous Dalmation with a rather serious nature. He took his cooking very seriously and it showed! The food was exquisite, it was fresh, it was well presented and we looooved it!
We have really been struggling to ...
... seen Gina for many years and we share fond memories as kids when our families had days out together.
We followed Gina to our accommodation as she had already checked it out and notified the owner’s mother of our arrival. After our meet & greet with the mother (so far we have yet to meet an owner) we checked into our room and. just like Dubrovnik we had a great view of the sea and the old town. Julie found the top loading washing machine ...
... of the City walls, across the street from the beach and very close to everything. Our days here are - relax, walk to the beach, eat, sleep, relax, walk to town, eat sladoled and sleep. We did walk upon the cute store - Cukarin Korcula - which offers traditional sweets from Korcula - had to try one Cukarin and it is really yummy - www.cukarin.hr
So quiet and pristine :-)
Few days here and off we go north!
... my Grandparents were born in, we had lunch and were given a bit of a tour of the small village.
Later that afternoon we arrived back in Tucepi had dinner and had a well deserved rest.
Today we finally hit the water before going out again and meeting more family.
Bye for now Jordan.