Travel Blogs from Tucepi
... existed on my last visit. Hit the beach straight away...unfortunately Paul didn't wear the rock shoes we bought in Hvar and so scored several sea urchin spikes in his big toe. As usual swimming brings on an appetite so when the corn seller (CS) wandered by we stopped him. CS: where are you from Me: Australia, Melbourne CS: oh, I have family in Fremantle Me: really? What is you last name? CS: Covic Me: hello cousin! Paul and the girls could not believe it...and neither could Gianni ...
... Marko Polo themed restaurants. Oh yes, I forgot to mentions that Korcula's claim to fame is being the birthplace of Marko Polo. No one is sure if this is actually true...but they can't seem to prove he WASN'T born here so that is what they are going with. Haha. We managed to pick the least sunny days of our whole trip so far to do laundry so our room has drying clothes hanging all over the place as it ...
... on the bus we arrive in Split and start
looking for some accommodation. I have resolved to stay in Europe now that mum
has passed. Then I get a text from Ruth saying mum is peaceful and has woken a
couple of times. This is weird so I call her, and she says mum is alive. I had
misunderstood Rachel’s text (and who would announce their mother is dead by
text, I am an idiot). In our panic ...
... the top in the lovely afternoon sun and then returned to the city.
Last night some of us went to a Croatian folk concert, it was great, the singers and dancers were very clever and the costumes were beautiful.
Today we were picked up a driver and taken to Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovnia. We had to go through passport control on the way. Mostar is mostly famous for its bridge spanning the river from the Moslem side to the ...
... had to ask for it… Doug’s account opening was quickly done and his money deposited. “Your keycard will be ready in about 10 days” said the clerk.
Back to Immigration to give her the deposit slips. She gave us both a paper saying we had applied for visas which she said would allow us to stay here until our visas are ready.
What a nice surprise!
The same afternoon, Friday 20th July, we sailed to the ...