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... I later regretted not bringing was my Tilley hat as the weather didn’t follow the forecast and turned out to be sunny.
It didn’t take long to board the large car ferry and we took the escalator upstairs. All of the group sat on the top open-air deck, except for the guide who disappeared during the voyage. I moved among different members of the group and visited. I also talked with a couple from Brazil (they had a big smile on their face when ...
... I would never do on holidays. I hired a motor bike and trekked around the island with Wendy on the back, with shorts and a shirt. Our travel insurance would not cover any accidents, so I have always said I would not do it, but always wanted to do it. The big difference was where we were. When we visit the Asian cities there are bikes everywhere and the road rules are only a set of guidelines, not rules. Here on Korcula island, there are not many cars around, ...
... through a bit of parkland and found some pretty rocks by the pretty water with a pretty view and sat down to play guitar and drink our wine for a while! We waved to a boat-full of tourists and ended up writing a new song and just hung out on the rocks for a while. When our time was nearly up, we went for a quick explore around 'our' island then headed back to the meeting spot to wait for Jure to pick us up again. We watched the tender make its way to us, then jumped in, thanking ...
... to the top deck for a bit of socializing. At 11pm we all wandered to a local bar called Dos Locos. It was tiny inside but the bar's party was in the street outside. The camera on the dance floor inside projected the large feed onto the wall of the building next door so we entertained ourselves with watching the antics of the drunk people inside. Tired from a busy day we exited about 1am for the boat, not without picking up a few bottles of water which would be needed for the next morning.
... of Ston on the Peljesac Peninsula we had another interesting town tour and some time to stretch our legs and explore. Dating back to the 15th Century the Walls of Ston are a series of defensive stone walls which now create an interesting focal point for the quaint village as they stretch up dominating the hillside.
Another short ferry ride and we had arrived on the island of Mijet, home to the Mijet National Park. I was delighted when ...