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The New York Times hvali hrvaško obalo in ljudi

The New York Times hvali hrvaško obalo in ljudi
Hrvaška obala navdušuje tuje turiste, hrvaška otoka Mljet in Korčula pa sta pred kratkim navdihnila kolumno novinarja The New York Times-a, Setha Kugela. Ameriškega novinarja je navdihnil dopust, ki ga je s svojimi starši za katere pravi, da so veliki svetovni popotniki, preživel v Dubrovniku, na Mljetu in Korčuli. Hrvaška jih je naravnost navdušila. Poudaril je, da so Hrvati čudovit narod, toda jamči lahko le za ljudi iz juga Dalmacije, saj je tam preživel svoj dopust.

Hrana je pustila kolumista NYT brez besed, všeč mu je bilo prav vse. Od svežih rib, lignjev in hobotnice do domačega sira in pršuta. Za privatno namestitev na Jadranu je napisal, da je odlična in da ponuja veliko več kot hoteli, saj na ta način lahko bolje spoznate življenje domačinov, ki gostom vedno pomagajo s koristnimi nasveti.

Po, po njegovih besedah čudovitem Dubrovniku, je s starši prispel na Mljet kjer pravi, da se je resnično spočil. Korčula ga je navdušila, zlasti staro mestno jedro za katero je napisal, da je čudovito in še bolj originalno kot Dubrovnik. Navdušilo ga je tudi dejstvo, da je bil v mestu za katero se »predvideva, da je rojstno mesto Marka Pola«. Še bolj pa so ostali navdušeni nad majhnim ribiškim mestecem Račišće.

Korčula je bila po njegovem mnenju zanj in za njegove starše malo bolj živahna a enako prijetna. Novinar in njegovi kolegi so zaključili, da je hrvaška obala pravi biser, njeni ljudje pa eni najbolj ljubeznivih na svetu.

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