Travel Blogs from Korcula Town
... the ladies prepared a beautiful lunch and a beer was also enjoyed by the boys.
Graeme then took over helming the boat and managed to get into a tacking dual with two other boats who where under sail at the time while we where motoring. Lynne took over steering the boat and avoided every one with no problems.
We eventually arrived safely at Korcula at about 3.00pm. As we had booked into the marina on the internet we had no problem getting a marina ...
... a roasted Beetroot, goats cheese, walnut and rocket salad. The main was a chicken dish with a Swiss chard and rice risotto finished off by good old banana split. The Futura kept on cruising at a steady speed. We kept reasonably close to the shore so we could see small settlements dotted on the coastline as we moved. We arrived into Korcula at about 2 and headed off on a 1 hour walking tour. We were given a bit of history about Korcula as we walked. They were very ...
... freshly grilled orada fish and veggies for lunch. We both agree it may be the best fish we've ever had. After lunch we headed over to the island of Lopud. During the brief sail/motor over, smoke started appearing out of the cabin. We ended up spending an hour or so on Lopud while they worked on the boat. Turns out the cooling system on the boat needed some work, but we made it back to Dubrovnik just fine. We had dinner at a vegetarian restaurant called Nishta, which was clearly ...
... was brutally hot with some long hills but just really great views the whole way and an adorable town at the end which made a nice destination. Always best to have a goal and an end point. Felt good to get out and do something active and different, well, good in theory. Mini rant: diabetes really sucks. The whole ride there I battled lows (bad ones... started with 2) which felt pretty gross, and didn't do much for my muscles up those hills. I ...
... s PLENTY of fish. It is all nicely cooked with herbs and lemon in a special enamel pan with lid, sized to fit the oven. Have another bottle of the local Posip wine with it. Later Murray walks the town looking for a cold bottle of water, eventually finding one in a bar. Both sleep on deck with fully-packed bags in the cockpit, and set the alarm for 5am, so we can get the 6 AM ferry to Split.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRondina House Korcula Town
Nice enough place in a great location right on the water. Was advertised as a 2 bdr but was really only 1 bdr and a pullout couch.
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