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... McKay and we enjoyed a great chat and sampled five local wines made on the island – three whites and two reds. Can’t remember their names but not surprisingly I enjoyed them all along with the bread and cheese. Raced back to the boat to meet up with David and Jenny to see a procession we had been told about.
We were fortunate enough to be in town for this centuries old religious candle procession that ...
... Along the way the coast line was picture perfect. It was lined with small villages set against gentle hills.
We arrived in Korcula after 10:30 AM. This was fine since our apartment would not be available until 3:00 p.m. Now what do you do for 4+ hours when you are pulling two small suitcases, wearing two heavy day packs, and carrying a bag of groceries left from our last three apartments? We fortunately we found a ...
... data switched on it often changes to T-Mobile. However at times, the signal seems to disappear for no reason, such as tonight. When I disconnected the charger, “no service” was shown. Another observation is that I can fully charge the phone before bed, but it will be down to about 65% in the morning without even being used.
The Hotel Marko Polo here in Korcula is very upscale and modern. It’s very posh with large public areas ...
... could find work in other
area’s in Europe. The average wage in Croatia is only 300 - 400 Euros per month for someone working in a supermarket or similar. To rent an apartment is approx 300 euros so young people that are no qualifications are forced to live with their parents as they just can’t afford to leave home. We have found the people friendly with great senses of humour and ready to joke. ...
... on Mljet, so we headed for the 5pm car ferry to the island. We are going to spend 2 nights at Stermasi - the top-rated restaurant in Mljet that also has accommodations for overnight guests. Mljet is known as the most low-key of the islands off this part of the Dalmatian coast. Stermasi is located in the town of Saplunara, a remote, secluded area on the rocky coast The family who owns n operates the restaurant also owns a large amount ...