Day-14 (28 Apr—Sunday) Bol

After taking a 9:00AM ferry to the island of Brač, I walked 16 miles (25.5 km) with a 1500 ft climb over about half of the distance. That’s the end of my Croatian walk: 115 miles. Super tired, but found enough energy to walk down the hill for a dinner and a little wine. Am actually posting this the next day because it turns out that it’s not easy to get to Split, back on the mainland. I wasn’t going to opt for a 6:30 AM catamaran and miss breakfast; so I’m now taking a bus at 1:00 PM across the island and then a ferry to Split.

Here are some impressions: leaving Maskara; walking right next to vineyards; lots of cyclists on the last part of walk; my first view of Bol—I was elated because with the late ferry start, I didn’t finish until nearly 5:00PM which made for a long day; beautiful restaurant and view in Bol; here’s what much of the uphill terrain looked like—very rocky.

6 Comments

  1. Mark — 04-28-2019 at 11:13 pm

    Hi Kurt, sounds tiring but rewarding. Are you enjoying the Italian food as much as Marjie and I did? When you get to Split look to see if you can find a pasta and shrimp dish with safran-tumeric cream sauce. I had that in Zadar and it was one of my favorite meals of all time.
    Mark

  2. gerhard.treiber@gmx.de — 04-29-2019 at 3:16 am

    Hallo Kurt,
    viele Grüße aus “good old Germany”
    Gerhard

  3. Belle Cook — 04-29-2019 at 5:38 am

    Beautiful pictures!

  4. Geoffrey B Davies — 04-29-2019 at 10:02 am

    Really beautiful, Sounds like a great experience

  5. Susanne — 04-30-2019 at 2:32 am

    Two of the cyclists were possibly Helmut and Marcella, the parents of Kathi and Resi!
    They have actually been cycling in that area.

    • Kurt Buckley — 04-30-2019 at 10:13 am

      That would be an unbelievable small-world story.
      See you soon.
      XOXOXO
      K