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Internet cafés and the island of Vis

on July 21, 2014

Quick quick post from the Island of Vis! We are in the town of Komiza in the middle of the Adriatic Sea where it is laid back with the main pastime being swimming and drinking kava and vino. We’ve eaten many wonderful local treats like sladoled (icecream) and thin pizza (like Italian style), riba (fish) and palacinka (similar to crepes). Food is big here so you will definitely never be hungry!! There are so many languages being spoken around us its fun to try to figure them out. This is a big spot for European tourists. The girls have made friends from Holland, Slovenia, Croatia, Spain, and Ontario to name a few. All kids love the beach! 😊 Internet cafes have made it all the way out here since we were here 7 years ago which is making this post possible. We are sitting here with the girls coloring in their journals drinking fresh squeezed lemonade! We are hoping to travel to Bisevo tomorrow for a few days where there will be no internet and not many people. This is good. I think it would ruin
the remote experience. It does have one of the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen and holds a special place in my heart. I got engaged there standing on my husbands families property surrounded by an amazing 360 degree view of the Adriatic Sea 💜 Until next time!


2 responses to “Internet cafés and the island of Vis

  1. Craig says:

    Glad you all are having fun. Don’t worry Seattle will be here when you return 🙂

  2. kmbrlymrphy says:

    Sounds like a wonderful vacation so far! 🙂

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