Hotel Villas Kolocep
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Hi all: Today was our last day in on our island of Kolocep and we enjoyed a leisurely day as we prepared for our rather long journey to Greece. The hotel staff at Villa Kolocep is exceptional! They were quite accommodating and allowed us to stay in our room the entire day, up until the time we left the island at 6:45pm, at no extra charge! With …
... streets for lunch which was delicious, before continuing our exploration. Then got shooed out of a shop by a scary lady because we were eating ice-cream. Honestly, am I likely to make a mess?! :P
We then spent the evening playing card games with our pack of ridiculous Croatian cards, whose suits (in case you may want to know) are batons, swords, coins and ...
... at a café for hot chocolates. They looked amazing, however, I thought I ordered a hot chocolate (warm milky goodness). Instead I had to eat my hot chocolate with a spoon as it was more like a pudding with cream on top!
I really enjoyed Korcula. It was bigger than Hvar and it had a great vibe. On recommendation, we found a bar at the top of a fortress tower. Access to the top was by ladder only and drinks were brought up via a shopping basket pulley system! From here we ...
... aurinkoisemmalle saarelle, Hvariin. Selvisi kuitenkin, että aikataulut oli laadittu hieman liian optimistisesti. Pitkien passitarkastusten, mutkaisten vuoristoteiden ja matelevien sunnuntaiajelioiden ansiosta matka venyi melkein kuuden tunnin mittaiseksi koko päivän reissuksi. ( Toisaalta hyvä että kuljettaja jätti tällä kertaa kuolemaa uhmaavat ohitusyritykset vuoristotiellä väliin, sillä niitäkin harrastetaan ...
... on our way to the Split airport the tour guide got a
phone call to advise that one of the couples in our group was still at
the hotel. We had to turn back and fetch them and so the rest of the
trip to the airport had a sense of wondering if we would make it in
time. We did of course and taking the coastal route meant some excellent
coastal views along the way.
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