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... walking through town for a while, we went back to the bar for a very short time, Darren got a few more free drinks from Janice and from the French Canadian girls who had snuck in some gin, then we walked home with Jess and Rachel. When we got back to the boat, we hung on the deck chatting for a while, then Mel got back and Rachel went to bed. We stayed up chatting and listening to music, and Mel found a bottle of wine in her room that we shared. It was the worst wine I've ...
... and you can definitely see why! They were going absurdly high speeds. Eventually we made it the island of Korcula, and found our way into a small by which was thankfully sheltered from the high winds a bit. We initially anchored out in the bay a bit, but then rafted up against a few more boats, and thank goodness because suddenly during lunch we got a bit of a show! There was a larger boat in the bay that ...
... Karafs of cocktails came out with massive sparklers. Defo massive fire hazzard! couple of people were so close to light someone on fire! We didn't have many cocktails but we had TEQUILA shots! needless to say another good night.
Woke up in the morning for packing, goodbyes and to catch up our 7 hour train to Zagreb all before 9am. No one missed breaky today! in fact I think today was the only day everyone had breaky! So that concludes our fantastic Sailing Trip!
... is nothing sadder than a seaside town in the rain with a few bedraggled tourists sheltering in coffee shops under flapping wet awnings. We purchased some breakfast supplies and scurried back to our apartment.
Ante, Diana and Maria all work and while they were out Natalia and Ivica (who is retired) enjoyed another talk-fest and poured over the family tree and photos for several ...
... a hug.
"We're so happy to have you here. Oh, and look Patrick, he gave us, he gave us..."
"...door hinges." I finish.
"But of course; they're lovely, Johannes...whoa, wait! Are these for our door?"
"Patrick, these are for the door."
"Well of course they are, my dear."
"No, no, honey, they're for the door to the castle, don't you remember we said a while back that we'd ...