Travel Blogs from Orebic
... the border was 10k away, and that way (pointing up the road the opposite direction we had come).
We started driving the way the store attendant had indicated. Putting Dubrovnik in the GPS quickly confirmed his route. However the road quickly became a small and windy. We discussed after about 5 minutes, turning back, but head on. About 5 minutes later we passed a pillar on the side of the road that looked like a country border marker. I guess we were in ...
... and then took the tender boat to town. I walked around a bit – it was overcast and chilly. Everywhere I went, I would hear someone pointing at a house and saying "I think that’s the Marco Polo house." I have no idea which was the Marco Polo house, but surely I saw it somewhere. The town was pretty small, so after walking through and buying a magnet, I took the tender boat back and had a day of rest. I got ready, and went to meet Simon, Krista and Bobby ...
... wasn't very hungry after the massive lunch they'd fed us, so I ordered a tomato soup and Darren ordered a pasta, and we had a chat with a local while we waited, and played with the neighbourhoods cats, which were everywhere! (Including some very cute and tiny kittens!) After we ate, we went inside to pay and realised the French Canadian group were in there, so we hung out with them and watched the rest of the ice hockey match that was ...
... for a much needed swim. Carefully however, to watch out for sea urchins which dotted the rocks beneath the swimming area. Cooled down enough to explore the island, a group of us brought tickets into the national park and walked around the two lakes to Malo Jezzero. We swam, chatted and relaxed for the afternoon on the salt water lake-side before floating under the Mali Most bridge that connects the small lake with the larger one. These lakes were inland on ...
... it won't be out of a sense of pilgrimage. And I won't go out of my way.
Anyhoo, have a good afternoon, and a safe trip this weekend :)
"Here, take this," he says and shoves some fancy doorhinges into my hand. We're standing in a cobblestoned courtyard, watching a few arriving cars. ...
Other places to stay in Orebic
Petra Kresimira IV 107-109, Orebic | 4 star hotelfrom $113
Skvar 2, Orebic | 4 star hotelfrom $174
Obala Pomoraca 36, Orebic | 3 star hotelfrom $88
Kralja Petra Kresimira IV 119, Orebic | 3 star hotelfrom $93
Postup 48, Orebic | 4 star hotelfrom $112
Mokalo 6, Orebic | 3 star hotelfrom $102