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... astonished with their psychological abilities to make their life a happy journey, no matters of what they went through and no matters of what is still awaiting them.
Sent home: ‘Hurray! We are not driving today! I discovered that I could not only walk again but also swim and run! With Love, Love, Love from Tucepi! Ula’
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Our exciting journey continues. We boarded a bus and travelled along the coastline for three hours to a small town called Orebic. The bus drove onto a ferry and cruised across a narrow waterway to the island of Korcula. (pronounced Kor-chula)
We arrived at approx 6:30pm and were met by a gentleman who walked us, in the pouring rain to our apartments. Quite cool, 18 degrees, their summer.
The island of Korcula is 47 kms long and 8 kms wide.
... une pizza sur les remparts. Nous étions absolument les seuls clients, et les "petites" pizzas se sont avérées excellente et gigantesques! Nous nous sommes régalés, avons mangé plus que de raison, et somme repartis à l'assaut de la ville une fois les agapes terminées.
Le reste de la soirée s'est passé dans la même ambiance: nous avons découvert plein de petites ruelles vides, dont nos appareils essayaient désespérément de prendre des belles photos. Nous avons ...
... was fun. The boat stopped that afternoon in a little fishing town called Trstenik. We got off the boat and a few of us went to a cafe and had cocktails, which were so cold and refreshing. We walked along the water, through town before heading back to shower before our boat BBQ dinner. All of the boats had a BBQ dinner on board and a party on deck that went until midnight which was fun. Joe and I went to bed after that but lots of others went out to a nightclub until the early hours. ...
... He does come back to Korcula and somehow finds time to paint.
Next morning we were treated to a breakfast of pancakes and coffee/tea made by Mate's mum. Mate also gave us some of his mother's homemade lemon liquor. Great way to start the day!
We then went sightseeing following the Rick Steve's chapter on this little town, stopping for coffee, and picking up some lunch, and listing to a local duo playing guitar and piano accordion (called Duo Sol) singing folksongs in ...