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... and walked back to where the lake's met and fortunately were able to get out 5 bikes. We rode back the same way we had walked, and although my tailbone absolutely ached the second I hopped on ulthe seat, it was fun to be back on a bike again. The ride to where ocean meets lake was about 30 minutes, but the whole ride exhibited beautiful scenery. At around the half way point there was an island monastery which was a cool and strange concept, and a lot of the group had hired canoes to ...
... inland among the grape vineyards, was beautiful. Lukre's occasional commentary, in English and French, entertained and enlightened us. We enjoyed our brief stop in Ston (but not the bad cappuccino...Dawna is no longer drinking it because it's so nasty) and the 3k water taxi boat ride from the Peljesac Peninsula to Korcula Town where we left the day trippers and headed first to lunch and then to our Soba (room) at ...
... but as we headed north, the sun gained the upper hand. About four hours later, we reached the Peljesac Peninsula, our destination for the day, and had driven all of 43 miles.
Along the route, we actually passed through Bosnia and Herzegovina once again. BiH has a coveted six-mile stretch of coastline that peeks out from the folds of Croatia. There’s a long and complex story behind this, like so many stories about this region.
... beers together while having a chat and listening to music. It's crazy how similar mine and Eilleen's music tastes are! After a while we started heading back to the boat, as they were doing an optional BBQ that most people were doing. We decided not to have the BBQ as it cost 100 kuna each (~$20) and we couldn't justify that, especially for me, being vego!! So we said goodbye to everyone halfway back and went into the only restaurant in town. ...
... in my trip where I have run into more tourists, and in general is a feeling I don't appreciate as I rather discovering "new" places and off the beaten track, where you can have more authentic experiences, than going to places where mass tourism is the norm. The thousands of tourist came from all walks of life: backpackers, Europeans (loads of Italians) driving there on holiday, hoards of cruise ship passengers stepping out of the ship for a few hours, ...
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