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... of the day with soggy socks and wet soaked shoes but it was still a good walk.
We seem to be attracting lots of cats on our holiday… they must know that we are friendly. When we camped at Jelsa we had to walk 2km to reach the town. On our way, a ginger cat appeared out of nowhere and followed us for quite a while. He was very friendly and let us pick him up and pat him.
On the way back ...
... of Korčula at a small, steep area of vineyards perched above the Adriatic Sea. The just-picked grapes are brought by boat to the winery, just north of the historic walled city, Dubrovnik, in the southern Dalmatia wine region.
We cruised from there back to Dubrovnik, it was quite a way, we stopped for a swim stop in a magical bay, there was a huge jellyfish that scared some of the swimmers ...
... to generalize and talk about Croatian people in general but Croatian we met during our traveling were really nice, very helpful and kind, with warm heart and very easy and positive attitude. Those people went through so much during the wars and upheavals, separations and fights for independence and freedom that every time I was looking at them, humorous with smile on the face, busy with daily life or relaxing with family at the dinner table, ...
... driven the road often due to the speed he was going! Scenery - 10 Comfort - 2 The last part of the trip was by car ferry, and we arrived at 9:30pm. We were staying just outside the old town, which was a good location. Korchula town is a lot smaller than Dubrovnik. It still has a city wall, but it is not very high and has a footpath with cafés, bars, etc on it. There were still small cruise ships there for the day, but now where near as busy as ...
... a bit in the afternoon so we took a nap, then got up to walk around the old town. Korcula town is just like Dubrovnik, but divided by around 5. It is a walled city on a peninsula with a warren of narrow, stepped streets, several churches, and lots of cool old buildings repurposed to service tourists as restaurants, bars, galleries, etc. The coolest one is probably a former guard tower at the tip of the peninsula that is now a three level bar, the roof of which ...