Travel Blogs from Orebic
The woman looks at me, beaming.
"Now what can I do for you, my angel?"
"Uhhhh, here." I deposit the door hinges into her hands. She looks down at them, a tad dumbfounded, though seeming incredibly grateful for the inexplicable gift. "They're from a friend."
"Um, that one." I point to Johannes, hiding in a corner.
She turns, lets out a cry of recognition and waves him ...
... the train to Lucy sur Yonne to meet up with Peter and Ann.
Up and pack before 5am. Quite light, but very quiet in the streets, apart from young Brits still up from last night. Get to the bus stop by 5.30am for the 6am bus which arrives, and opens for business. Not the company we expected, but Croatian Airlines Zagreb, but it is going to Split airport, for 30 kuna each. We and a Brit family of four are the only passengers, and it leaves at 5.30am, much to ...
... flat fields for planting on. We saw a lot of fig trees, grape vines, carob trees, lime trees, some kiwi trees, cactuses growing prickly pears and even a couple of pomegranate trees but by far, the most common plants in the area are olive trees. They are growing everywhere, in people’s yards, in parks and all over the hills and fields. Olive oil is very common here and the locally made olive oil is probably the best olive oil we have ever tasted. There is a large ...
... we were able to watch from the cosiness of our van, which only sprang a small leak, directly onto Daniel's foot.
However, the wind continues to blow, which means that the calmer conditions of yesterday have transformed the conditions on the sea. Vicky, however decides that since she has only has one day left in Viganj, she is going to windsurf regardless of the elements. We have an unbelievable time on the water all afternoon; there is ...
... Vicky is getting Repton withdrawal symptoms, which she cures by proof-reading the English version of the camp-site brochure for the owners. As a result, we are treated to free orange juice, ice-cream and coffee, as well as a detailed insight into the life of the owner's daughter, who seems to have an ability to talk even more than Vicky, in a rather strange accent that is a cross between American and Croation, which means that neither of us can ...
Other places to stay in Orebic
Petra Kresimira IV 107-109, Orebic | 4 star hotelfrom $78
Skvar 2, Orebic | 4 star hotelfrom $137
Obala Pomoraca 36, Orebic | 3 star hotelfrom $39
Kralja Petra Kresimira IV 119, Orebic | 3 star hotelfrom $77
Postup 48, Orebic | 4 star hotelfrom $121
Mokalo 6, Orebic | 3 star hotelfrom $105