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... guide stuck mostly to the shade of the buildings and it was fine. People from other boats joined us so it ended up being quite a large group. The guide was very funny which was great after our last schoolteacher guide who was very dry and serious.
I think most of us agreed that Korcula has been the nicest town; very quaint and supposedly the place of birth of famous explorer Marco Polo. Although as the guide said, ...
... soup and green risotto (for Carolyn) and beef with vegetable soup and chicken wok (for Frank). Yum, yum, yum!!
Another relaxing afternoon at the apartment – catching up on reading and listening to the church bells every quarter hour (note: we are next to the church)!!
We are sad to leave this lovely little town with its charming harbor and its old town’s narrow alleys and ancient buildings. ...
... and it was a perfect afternoon for a leisurely cruise. Seeing the town from the water provided a different perspective. We also passed many types of boats that were moored offshore, some of which were large sailing ships. Some of the group had brought wine, chips and crackers (I felt guilty as I hadn’t brought anything), but there was lots of food & drink to go around. The cruise lasted about an hour and we were dropped on the other side of ...
Wine tasting before 10am again – mmmm not sure about this, Croatian wine is very different and has a young flavour about it. We visited Grgich Vineyards in Trstenik for a tasting, a red and white both were nice but didn’t knock my socks off like the wine we had had in the restaurants in Split & Hvar.
Grgić Vineyard was established in 1996 by legendary Napa Valley ...
Today we visited Korcula, a charming little island of the Dalmation coast.
The old town hosts 300 of the 3,500 residents of the city, a beautiful town on the second most inhabited Adriatic island. Our walk took us from the port to the Old Town with its Venetian towers, 14th century walls and fishbone layout of streets, designed to take advantage of the ...