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... As I climbed the stairs towards the large fortress, I encountered a larger group of photographers, again with reflectors and high-end cameras. I started chatting with one of them and it turned out they were taking part in a two week photography workshop from the Czech Republic. I decided to leave that spot as they were shooting towards the place I was standing so I continued exploring. Just as I was leaving an Australian couple wandered by and I had a chat with ...
... piece of concrete to relax on and swim in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea.This swimming area of coast is about 5 mts below a pine tree lined street with restaurants the length of the street.
It is breathing taking getting in the water as it is brrrr for me, or beautiful if you ask Trevor! I made it in a couple of times to the waist and eventually for a swim. Phil went all out and got wet to the knees!!
This was only my second time ...
... cold. A lot of the passengers spent the afternoon on the sun deck. It was quite rough which I really enjoyed. Omis is at the base of very steep cliffs. We arrived at about 16:00 so we had a good chance to walk around. There is a rule that we aren't allowed to bring any food or drink on board. I smuggled under my cardigan a bag of figs and a bag of grapes! We are moored against the dock (obviously) and the boat is rocking quite a bit - it might be an interesting night. We ...
... our plans and headed around the coastline, stopping to enjoy the scenery among seaside cottages and grapevines.
As the weather wasn't really making the water look enticing, we headed back to the bus boarding just before real downpour started on-route to Korcula. The togs in our bags weren’t so useful at this stage and we dodged the rain as we ran back into the partial shelter of the city walls, searching for anywhere to stop for a coffee ...
... a lovely young chap who took us on a pleasant ride around the big lake and out to the little hamlet of Soline where we stopped for a coffee break. Now I must disclose here that apart from a quick little ride around King Ash Bay on an Aldi fold up bike (thank you Debbie and Pam) last year, I had not been on a bike for over 20 years. Knowing that we would be doing about 15 kilometres of riding I had good intentions of borrowing a bike prior to this trip ...