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... of the area were, unfortunately, not good. The main road has side by side souvenir stands selling everything to do with Mary....including your choice of the millions of rosary beads from neon to olive wood. Backpacks, chairs, water bottles, jewelry. rocks, rain gear and more all display her gentle image. It's great to be here with friends who understand we are all on our own journey. With that kind of friendship you can accept each other unconditionally and ...
... marina soon filled up.
The girls quickly headed off for some serious shopping while the boys tidied up the boat.
When the girls got back the boys where missing and the boat was well set up. We all then got changed and met the boys for fiveses and then dinner while watching the soccer on the big screen at the restaurant.
A great day was had by all.
Everyone was very impressed with Korcula, a very beautiful City.
Brian and Dianne
... et un concert imprévu, et nous en avons profité à fond. :)
Ce n'est que plus tard que j'ai découvert les musées que nous avons manqués, la maison de Marco Polo, plein de choses comme ça. Je ne sais pas si ça nous aurait gardés occupés bien longtemps, mais en tout cas il y avait plein de petites choses à faire, bien plus que je n'imaginais!
Tôt le lendemain matin après une nuit fort courte, nous avons revu la ville sous un grand ciel bleu limpide, sur ...
... a great first day though. Let's start with the hostel I stayed in though. I've never stayed in a hostel before and had no clue what to expect.
It was different. So our group of friends split in half and I roomed with 3 of my friends along with 4 other girls who were placed with us. Yes this room was for 8 people and it was small. It was literally a hallway. Then along the walls our beds were built in like cubbies and the bathroom, shower, and storage were doors ...
... Really great sea bream. In addition we had things like Eggplant rolls with goat cheese and tomato sauce, peaches in white wine with greek yogurt, and dates wrapped in Dalmation ham (local prosciutto) and baked. So spoiled, but also inspired to cook well when I get home. Also, the first night we had dessert at the expensive restaurant (too pricy for dinner) because they had a gluten free chocolate hazelnut cake. Jill and I shared a piece- it was ...