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... teal blue coastline. Did I say how cool this was? Our last climb into the little village for the van pickup was a killer, but I did it. It is very satisfying riding up a steep hill and coming into the end point.
All but a few shuttled back to the hotel, where showers were a necessity. Ken and I walked around the little town and then caught our van for dinner up in the hills of Korcula. ...
... in 1904 for management of a hydroelectric dam. We had to climb through the cave as the river had just become a 50 meter waterfall. Parts of the cave were pitch black and we were guided through by keeping our left hand on the wall. It was really cool. We arrived at an opening in the cave facing down into the canyon and it was then that I began to freak out as this was the repelling down the mountain portion. I made Ryan go first as I gained a little more courage. Too soon it was ...
I was in two minds in Hvar about where to spend my last four nights in Croatia; do I go to another island for more beach time or head back to Split and use it as a base for sightseeing? I chose to go back to Split and it was definitely the right decision as the weather changed and became cloudy, meaning beach time was not an option! So on my first afternoon back in Split I met up with two Irish guys I had met in Hvar who were also back on the mainland- Rob and Rich - and we went ...
... on and pushed through the heat toward this magnificent beach. When we arrived we were in for a bit of a shock, rather than the white sand leading into the majestic cool blue waters of the Adriatic that we were expecting, we were greeted with endless concrete platforms, bars, millions of beach chairs, umbrellas and booming Euro trash house music. This "beach" still lead into the majestic cool blue waters of the Adriatic, but it was just not what we were expecting. Anyway, it was ...
Lots has happened so will keep it brief. Left Cavtat passing close to Dubrovnik which was amazing. Sailed on to Sipan Island, out for dinner, lovely people, next day stopped at Trsnick village for lunch and on to Luca Bay with 40 other beside Korcula Town, a stunning ancient town. Next day after some serious shopping in Korcula sailed to gorgeous fishing village of Locice where we moored close in. Next day we left early, had lunch at little ...