Kalamota Island Resort By Karisma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adult pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... walk around. We had a nice chilled out day eating ice cream and hanging out at the beach that had a man-made, stone shelf to pull up on instead of sand, kicking balls, taking dives and listening to music. We had decided to buy some cheap beers at the supermarket and hang out before being due back on boat by 7pm for our seafood BBQ dinner. To do something different that night we all boycotted the boat after dinner, heading down to the supermarket to stock up on some drinks ...
... walls, which acts as a kind of time capsule for some stunning architecture. Although the shelling of Dubrovnik in 1991 was horrible, the city seems to have bounced back with characteristic vigour (we saw some remnants of the bombings with sections of rubble from buildings that have not been rebuilt).
As you enter the old town you go through the Pile Gate which really sets the scene for what lay ahead. The fabulous city gate was built in 1537 and is ...
... over the keys to the city to the French army as protection against the Russians. The Ragusan Republic was able to maintain their independence from the Venetians and then the Ottomans as skilful traders and diplomats. Their motto was Libertas - freedom.
We walked around in the main street of the old city in the late afternoon and had a coffee. It is spectacular, just what one would imagine a walled medieval coastal ...
... crepes that she had lovingly prepared for us. Delicious and great way to start our day. What a hostel!
The bus that was leaving today was the only one so it was quite busy as we pulled out of Korcula and the sun was beginning to rise so Rox got some sights of the old town as we left. The bus headed east as we left the town so we got to see an absolutely stunning sunrise with a wide array of colours greeting us. I hear you ask how do you catch a bus ...
... it across to the other harbour and made it back in time. After getting some sleep in our cramped, ****** cabins, we were on our way to our penultimate stop – Makarska. It's a fairly big town, with a long beach, lots of tourists, a theme park and lots of adventure sports on offer. We mainly just lazed at the beach and the cafes, and played some backgammon. In the evening we went for a nice group dinner at a Croatian restaurant. ...