Marko Polo Hotel
Travel Blogs from Korcula
... We decided to sign up for buggying instead of kayaking and when onshore, walked a short distance up the hill be to briefed and fitted for helmets and buggy's. With Jono kitted in a very retro-style helmet and a quick explanation of how to drive, we set off in a convoy of around 9 buggy's. Straight onto Korcula Islands roads, we had to get used to driving on the right hand side before we made it to the gravel tracks. With shonky suspension on the left side and in desperate need of ...
... scenic drive as we made our way from one end of the island to the other for the short ferry ride back to the mainland. From Drvenik we hugged the coast and before long we were crossing the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina. Holding on to a coastal strip of just 24.5 kilometres, our time in B & H was limited with just a short rest stop in the town of Neum before continuing our transit through and crossing the border back into Croatia.
... kom fram till Marseille vid 17-tiden på lördagen.
Vad som nu var härligt var att vår segelklubb i Marseille hade utflykt till Frioul-ön utanför Marseille. Denna utflykt fick vi ju inte missa! Vi skaffade oss en härlig blandning av sjö-odjur "Chez Toinou" och utan Gullvika tog vi färjan till Frioul. Hade en härlig söndag med våra seglarvänner, och seglade naturligtvis tillbaka till Marseille på en av deras båtar.
Vi stannade en månad i ...
... the fjord. Lots of boats at anchor in the fjord. The water looks fantastic from here. He catches up with Dianne half-way up the hill, as she was coming down. Decide we’ll walk to the skyline. There is good timber cover around here. We can’t see the lake we were looking for, so keep going to the Mljet National Park on the second fjord. See a fair-sized village and a grape field in one of the few flat pieces of ground we have seen. As we ...
... for probably 200 meters before he could turn and get out of the way. The town of Korcula is an old walled town and is the birthplace of Marco Polo back in the early 13th century. We walked around in the streets in the old town and went to see Marco Polo’s house. The house itself was still there but was in very rough shape. It had no roof or floors on the second floor and was closed due to an archeological excavation that was getting underway but there was a ...
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