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... br> Welcome sunset 'cocktails' aka punch around the boats for the skippers and crew before some amazing grilled seafood for dinner! In the evening we relaxed on the boat, so many laughs and stories, so lucky to meet this group and all but two are living in London!
Heading below deck for bed we had quite a laugh at Balazs hand hanging out into the common area of the boat, still not sure why this was so funny... small things...
... were waiting 2 British guys stumbled up to us asking where the hospital was. One of the guys, Hugh, was so intoxicated he had fallen and smashed his head on concrete stairs, he had a huge lump on his head with a big cut down it and couldnt stand up. We asked the pizza parlour to call an ambulance but they were very hesitant 'it will take a long time because he is not Croatian' finally the ambulance arrived and off they went!
... and shrimp risotto. A few random thoughts on Croatia so far: there are a lot of stray cats but so far no stray dogs; Croatians speak much better English than we speak Croatian (a giant understatement); the people are very kind; the water is very beautiful; and, they could use better beer. Tomorrow morning we're off for Hvar first thing (the only ferry leaves at 6 am), then we're on to Italy on an overnight ferry the following night. We'll post again when we get to Cinque Terre. Goodnight for ...
... 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 ...
... really was born in Korcula, as several places call themselves birthplace. On our way to dinner we came across a A Cappella male group in the atrium of the old town offices, which had good acoustics. It seemed they were practicing with their female teacher, and the sound of the 3 basses, 3 baritones and 2 tenors with the female singer was very talented and moving as they sang what appeared to be traditional Croatian ...
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