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... museum, we return to the ship by tender.
So far, life on the ship has consisted of a foot/leg and full body massage for me (lucky Sheila) and a detox mask & massage for Jeannette. Le'Anne and Steve gave her this as a birthday present.
The mask is made from rehydrated seaweed and is apparently quite soothing. The rehydrated crabs fail to add to ...
... The first stint is very steep to the summit but offers a beautiful view over the bay where the Medsailors fleet were waiting; a few group selfies with cameras and go-pro selfie sticks we made our way down to the lake Veliko. This place was pretty loaded with tourists so we cycled further around for a swim, much closer to the small island home to a benedictine monastery. Boat ticket holders only could step onto the island so no swim ...
... border check. Looking to our right we could see the giant bridges of the tollway spanning the valleys, that we were winding up and down on narrow switchbacks. Hmmmm... We were starting to feel very uncomfortable, coming in the back door with no official status.
We turned around and tried to get back onto the tollway from where we were. The GPS is not coping with Croatia at all. In fact it hasn't successfully got us anywhere yet, I use it as a guide to get to ...
... l'époque vénétienne. Il y a des petites statues partout, en particulier des statues nues accrochées en haut des bâtiments! C'est un peu étrange, très drôle, et une excellente occasion de se promener le nez à l'air pour en trouver d'autres. :)
Le hasard a fait que c'est aussi à Korčula qu'est arrivé l'anniversaire de Petra. Pour fêter ça nous voulions aller au restaurant, mais il n'y en avait pas beaucoup d'ouverts, et en fin de compte nous nous sommes arrêtés ...
We are on the island of Korcula in a village of the same name. Contrary to popular belief this is where Marco Polo was born, not Venice. We are reminded of how adventurous and ingenious people were in the 1200s. Unlike many european towns Korcula is a "designed" town with roads laid out to capture the favourable winds on one side and keep out the harsh winds on the other. This town is so small you can walk the circumference in 5 minutes or cut across it in 3 ...