The Crown Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... senior guy is summonsed. My heart sinks, what could be going on? I am beckoned through to a back office and my fear is growing. But the man in the uniform smiles and says "One day overstayed!" And follows this quickly with "No Charge!". Phew!!! We had been there for one day longer than our tourist visa allowed and had been let off the fine, thank you!
In the departure lounge I struggled and sweated as I wrestled with my flight socks. Then ...
The Condor flight was busy but pretty good for a charter –
generous baggage, plus free drink, dinner and breakfast.
Had an hour for my connecting flight and needed it given
hand luggage now had more rigorous checks – for some strange reason they seemed
to think my pc was suspect and said they were taking it away ...
... like the system in England where you order and pay for your food all at once at the bar. It forces me to realize how much I am spending, and also just makes the rest of the night easier because then we don't have to worry about waiting for the cheque or splitting the bill. Also they don't tip in England! Makes budgeting a whole lot easier.
The next day was a relaxed one, and to be honest we had too much information. My friend and I did a little ...
... We are underway to Korchula and I can now see why the captain wanted to get going as soon as we arrived back from our ride. This could be a throw up night. Lots of wind tossing us around June 24 We spent the night in the port of Vela Luka. There was nothing special about the town other than its name....vela luka. Up early again and ready to ride at 8:30 cause this is the hardest and longest day. Everyday they tell us this. So trusting them this time I arranged to use an E bike. ...
On the return trip, I developed a bad headache and felt quite ill by the time we arrived at Paddington. We delayed just long enough to reserve seats foe Saturday's trip to Gunnislake, Cornwall, and for me to buy a ticket to Moreton-on-Marsh for Tuesday, and then we caught the Underground back to Gloucester Road. Mum stopped in at Waitrose for supplies, while Dad walked me back to the flat so I could lie down.
[Written Friday - photos to come]