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Korcula, Korcula, 20260, Croatia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Korcula

Cocktails and Water Polo in Korcula

A travel blog entry by jono.anita87

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... climb a wooden ladder being careful not to flash the customers waiting to ascend below you. The small area was packed but we managed to find a seat. Among all the Australian and Kiwi accents that had come off the boats you would have thought we were in the Southern Hemisphere. A couple of cocktails later and a few amazing photos of the sunset we descended down the ladder. After a look around the shops and a few little purchases we met back at the boat to head off to our dinner booking ...

Mini Dubro

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise

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... place, and we often saw children hanging out and playing in their parents' places of business. The parents would usually be engaged with the children when not attending customers. Neighbors, both in restaurants and homes sat, talked and laughed quietly together.

Erin said the room for this town was Grandma's attic. Or maybe just Grandma's house. It was that slow, comfortable, friendly and relaxing. What a perfect place to wind down our trip before Split-ing.



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Korcula - Dubrovnik downsized

A travel blog entry by lauraclaire82

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... Gary and realised I had fallen in love for the second time………….. the wine was incredible! Luckily for Gary it transpires that Grk is only produced in very small quantities and rarely available outside of the island. I’m not sure how meaningful a relationship you can have with wine but at that moment all I knew was that I wanted more! It’s not cheap and cost more than our food but man was it worth it. If you ever get ...

Croatia Part Two and Montengro

A travel blog entry by nickyandian

... chaotic with noone allowed on until bags were on and the bus being overcrowded (again). We arrived in Kotor at 3pm and we like it straight away. Our hostel was great and we decided to rebook for a second night. We explored town then cooked up some dinner and went to the common area for drinks with a few other travellers. The guys who run the hostel took us for a walk and we stopped off on a platform on the way to the fortress where we sat and looked over the ...

Marco!.........Polo!

A travel blog entry by tylerandtori

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... favorites include getting upset because you swear there was a 2 dollar bottle of wine here yesturday? Who would pay 3 dollars or more, thats crazy. We also always choose to walk instead of taking public transit (whats an hour walk with two forty pound backpacks anyways...I can use that 2 dollars to buy some food from a market later).

The town, which is know for being Marco ...

 

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