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... 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, ...
... marina soon filled up.
The girls quickly headed off for some serious shopping while the boys tidied up the boat.
When the girls got back the boys where missing and the boat was well set up. We all then got changed and met the boys for fiveses and then dinner while watching the soccer on the big screen at the restaurant.
A great day was had by all.
Everyone was very impressed with Korcula, a very beautiful City.
Brian and Dianne
... l'époque vénétienne. Il y a des petites statues partout, en particulier des statues nues accrochées en haut des bâtiments! C'est un peu étrange, très drôle, et une excellente occasion de se promener le nez à l'air pour en trouver d'autres. :)
Le hasard a fait que c'est aussi à Korčula qu'est arrivé l'anniversaire de Petra. Pour fêter ça nous voulions aller au restaurant, mais il n'y en avait pas beaucoup d'ouverts, et en fin de compte nous nous sommes arrêtés ...
The first night on the boat was ok. We're downstairs in the hull and are lucky enough to have air conditioning that ran all night. Everyone above us said it was so hot it was hard to sleep. The boat left port at 9 and everyone was up on deck sleeping or sun baking. When the boat stopped for a swim I decided to face my fears and I jumped in. The water is so blue but so salty! You're covered in salt when you get out. Our boat crew blew up a huge inflatable raft that everyone could sit ...
... town from one the the highest points in the area. Following a wonderful dinner at one of the recommended restaurants, we wandered around town and found a wonderful art studio with a very chatty local. Once she found we were Kiwis, she pointed out some art work by Stipe Nobilo, and commented that he had grown up in Korcula and had left and immigrated to NZ and started the Nobilo vineyards. Nobilo sauvignon blanc is typical of many NZ savs and is often found in Trader Joes for ...