Villa Sokol

Address: Lumbarda 45, Lumbarda, 20263, Croatia | Villa
 
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      Mljet Island

      A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... the boat to see three homeless cats we found the night before. There was a baby, mum and dad. Later when everyone else got up we had breakfast and then walked towards the lake Robert had told us about. We walked through the bush land area. When we finally got there, there was not much to do so we had an icecream, took one last glimpse of the lake and then walked back to the boat. I think we walked ...

      We're going to where??? Bosnia!

      A travel blog entry by goseedokids on Jun 23, 2014

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      ... a good price, especially if you paid in the local currency, so couldn't get got on the conversion of Croatian Kuna's or Euros. We went down a windy road towards the waterfront in Neum (the name of town - hence the name of the corridor). We found a place that had a covered deck, overlooking the water front with the Bosnian, and then Croatian peninsular looking like long islands not far across the expanse of amazingly blue water. It had a breeze, and the menu ...

      Lazy day in Korcula

      A travel blog entry by halleyc on Apr 23, 2014

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      Our next stop in Croatia was Korcula, an island just barely up the road from Dubrovnik (which was just barely up the road from Montenegro – why we got to stay in town until 11 pm! Only a few miles to travel each night). I just could not get motivated in Korcula. The town is the rumored birthplace of Marco Polo and that seems to be their claim to fame. From the boat, it looked beautiful enough, but after Dubrovnik, it just didn't seem to impress me. I took my time in ...

      Eating well in Korcula

      A travel blog entry by jefe on Sep 18, 2013

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      ... It can all be yours for the rock bottom price of 850,000 Euros. Per week. Plus expenses. We've also looked at the unfortunately named "Told U So", which at just 45 meters, only has a staff of 12 and only costs 400,000 EUR/week to charter. All of these vessels are so incredible, and looking in their windows at night is pretty fun. The Told U So actually followed us from Korcula to Hvar, so we feel like we are basically getting the same trip, and at less than than 1/100th the ...

      Korcula and Donkey races !

      A travel blog entry by saradavid on Aug 19, 2013

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      Bus into Korcula to check out the old town, we had to get back by 7pm because Sara dd not want to miss the Donkey races!

      Donkey races - the whole town turned out to watch while people took turns racing a bunch of donkeys down the main street - a real good ...