This morning our ship left the town of Hvar and sailed around the west end of the island of Hvar on our way to the town of Stari Grad. On the way we stopped in a small bay to let people swim. Although the water temperature is about 75 degrees, the air temperature was only about 65 degrees so I wasn’t tempted to dive in. Lois, however, was the first in, and swam a lap around the boat. While we were still under way, they served lunch which was the usual five course meal. Soon after we tied up to the dock, we met our local guide who took us on a walk around town. There are 3,700 year-round residents, and the town has many fewer tourists than Hvar because larger ships don’t fit in the small harbor. The town tour included a large “house” that a wealthy man built to house himself and those less fortunate. I found it much more interesting than another large church. This evening before supper, we had a male quintet entertain us with a selection of old Croatian folk songs. They were great. Tomorrow we sail to the mainland.