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... you can join the groups chilling on the harbour front drinking beers from one of the shops. After Kiva this is just what we did. Whilst sitting, enjoying the atmosphere we heard the most amazing sounds coming out from a church nearby. Walking in we discovered a choir of sailors singing beautifully in a church, wine/bread were on offer to all, anyone was welcome to stroll in and listen. Unfortunately the aforementioned vodka meant I captured none of this ...
... has come to? I understand the precautions, as we know, there are sickos out there, but really. A very short drive to the next town of Donji Humac, a nice church and views of a white stone quarry. More importantly, this is the home of a semi-famous restaurant, featured in People Magazine. Supposed to have great lamb dishes, and it did, the bread was good, the olive oil was the best we have had since Italy, and the House Wine was the best ...
... company :-) <3
It was just what I needed a rest up from the first 2months on the go.... And to get me ready for the next 3!!
I am a strong believer that things happen for a reason & if Kumuka hadn't gone bust I would not of had the past 3 weeks!!! & I wouldn't change them for the world!!!!
So come on world what u got next???
See u in the Greek Islands
... rewarded with views of Hvar Island, our next stop. There are many other islands in the distance. We can see Bol and the Zlatni Rat below us. This is where we are heading for lunch. It is cool up here at the highest point in the Adriatic Islands, 778m. Surrounded by pine trees and the rocky outcrops, it feels more alpine than sea resort. A long and switchback windy road takes us down to the seaside resort town of Bol. We idle the car while tourists stand gob ...
... should. Every second sentence was “In Korcula” and this is driving Tom crazy, in fact he still refers to this two months after the event. Everytime he starts talking to other people about Australia I gently remind him that he is starting to sound like the Korcula Lady. In Korcula you can walk around part of the island taking in the sights. We set off clockwise wandering and very funny start talking about people on the cruise from the northern ...