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... the effort if beaten back into the water ;).
Refreshed we prepared ourselves for the long ride back up the hill to arrive back at the island (speeding down is always the best!).. Time for a cold cider and shower before dinner. The showers actually work really well, hot and decent enough space/pressure. You do however have to pump the water out of the base to prevent the bathroom from flooding, well it has to go ...
... weather forecast we head onto a small port in Korcula for the evening, its a calm crossing and the port is very quiet. A few of us venture out for a nightcap I decline keeping to my alcohol free day!! - just as well as all the cocktails the group order become a laughing point as to which one tastes the worst. Rod has a Margarita that tastes like nothing on earth and has a slimy sensation in your mouth - disgusting!!!! I'm the lucky ...
... Pehl-yee-sac) Peninsula is one of Croatia’s up-and-coming wine regions and we were ready to turn our attention to the grape. We especially wanted to visit Grgic Vina Winery, having read that about its award-winning wines.
For our wine-loving friends, this Grgic Vina Winery is indeed related to Napa Valley’s Mike Grgich who famously put the California wine industry on the world map when his c******nay was the surprise winner of ...
... Karen. But, the views were outstanding, and the cocktails were pretty good too.
Our next stop was a Moreska sword dance. Moreska sword dances used to be performed all over the Mediterranean, but now only seen in a few places. The dance tells the story of the conflict between the White King and the Black King and their ...
... am I decided to pass by briefly and not spend too much time and money there. The bus took around an hour to get there, and right after reaching Dubrovnik bus station at 10am I bought my tickets to Kotor, Montenegro departing at 3pm that same Saturday afternoon. I had 5 hours and decided to use them smartly. It took me 40 minutes to walk to the old city and when reaching I was negatively surprised by the insane amount of tourists I found. Dubrovnik is ...