Jadran - Vela Luka
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... magnificent sunset. After the sunset we set off for the pizza place that Brad had recommended. Unfortunately it was really busy and the food wait was going to be about an hour. I wasn't very keen on this as I wasn't even particularly hungry. Adam and I disagreed because Mat wanted to stay but the rest of the crew was going to another pizza place. I got fed up and walked off. There didn't seem like ...
... in, but no it was a cold day.
And in this town we had a walk through the main centre of old town.
It didn't take long because this town is really small.
And then we went home for the day with another fire.
I love fires.
But this is the end of our stay at Korcula.
I liked it a lot because I loved to jump in the water.
... idea in yachting holidays. Similar to flotillas but all the boats have a professional skipper and they go to a different town each night and there are organised parties and concerts! Friday morning the yachts all float away with tired crew so the place is much quieter so we take a walk up to Fort George, commissined by George the 3rd. Very impressive and by the time we had the compulsory cooling beer we decided to stay put for a 2nd night and head off to Brac in the ...
... the site is known world-wide. The cave was somewhat anticlimactic because it wasn't large at all, but, by the time we got there, I decided that I was extremely grateful not to have to go deep down into a dark & forbidding cave on 1the top of a mountain! On the trip back down, we went through the tiny streets of a little village (see photos).
Back to the hotel to check out & drive to Korcula Town on the far side of the ...
Hi all After a slow start this morning from a big night last night of drinking wine and dancing we finally got organised for race number two. Had a skippers meeting and race control decided we should motor across the straights to the island of Havar, a distance of about 10 miles, to give us a better sailing angle to the finish in Vis. Unfortunately our port side motor had lost it's drive to the propellor so we had to motor across the straights with ...