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Cath had wanted to visit one of the Dalmatian Islands so we decided to stop at Korcula on our way north from Montenegro and toward our next destination, San Marino. We stopped for a picnic lunch at Ston, at the top of the pennisula that led to Korcula island at its tip. The place had a wall which had been built by the lords of Dubrovnik to protect …
... soon cured our sickness. And wasps. I believe I am yet to mention the wasps. I'm not sure about the other boats but our boat was a floating honey jar, as soon as the sun came out there would be wasps trying to get into our drink bottles, one got caught in my hair but luckily Denise saved me.
Dal took us to land on the dingy and we caught an hour bus to a town called Korcula ...
... their own spot somewhere. We walked back around the big lake and found a spot where we couldn't see anyone else and jumped in. The water was quite cold but it was exquisite and clear and it felt like we had the lake to ourselves. Jumping in and swimming is pretty much always the highlighted a day for me. After drying in the sun and changing into some real clothes again it was time to walk back and catch the catamaran to Dubrovnik. Again- my favorite way to travel between ...
... speed it up and get back to the jetty". But we both kept our mouths shut and I watched Chris as he kept rolling his eyes. After that amazing experience, not, we got back to the car and drove about 2 hours to Orebic. Once there we jumped on a ferry to the island Korcula where we will be staying tonight and tomorrow night. We arrived at 3pm and checked into our place early. Now we are heading out to check the town out and have some ...
... a full apartment with an amazing balcony overlooking the sea, we got to
really have some quite time on the coast full of home-cooking, wine, movies,
and time to read before the stunning sea. Korcula was the perfect remedy to the
last 3 months of traveling and a perfect break. We did enjoy the lovely old
city and went on perfect walks along the sea. But mostly, it was time to rest