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Our exciting journey continues. We boarded a bus and travelled along the coastline for three hours to a small town called Orebic. The bus drove onto a ferry and cruised across a narrow waterway to the island of Korcula. (pronounced Kor-chula)
We arrived at approx 6:30pm and were met by a gentleman who walked us, in the pouring rain to our apartments. Quite cool, 18 degrees, their summer.
The island of Korcula is 47 kms long and 8 kms wide.
... of Marco Polo! We joined the Kiwis for pre-dinner drinks at Massimo's - a cool castle rooftop bar where you climb up via a ladder, sit in the top of the castle watching the sunset, and have your drinks delivered to the top via a pulley tray up the side of the building - pretty unbelievable! After drinks we found a cosy restaurant for dinner before the obligatory gelati stop and finally catching the bus back to the ...
... Zagreb was and how few cars there were but after talking to our host ( Aussie from Sydney) apparently the locals have boycotted it because of the toll. It was very interesting speaking with our host who was born in Australia but returned to marry and live in Croatia. She explained what life was like during the war with Yugoslavia.
Yesterday we drove to a beautiful little cove and beach near Pupnat. We ...
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 ...
... one of the guys rode along beside me guiding me through the gears and offering suggestions which made a world of difference and before long I had hit my stride and loved it.
Apart from our coffee break we had a few other stops around the lake giving us a chance to drink in the gorgeous landscape and stunning green colour of the lakes water. Peddling back through Pristaniste and around to Mali Most we swapped our bikes for canoes.