We arrived in Vis yesterday morning, by ferry. From the ferry, we piled on a bus with too many other people to get to our part of the island, Komiza. After standing like a sardine in a bus for 20 minutes on a switchback road down a mountain, we file off the bus. We take a look around, when Seth notices a woman holding a paper with his name on it! What?!? So we followed this old woman back to our apartment, as she gives me a little tour of the town in broken English. It was so wonderful.
It turns out that we have the best apartment on the island. Yeah it's small, and sometimes there's a funny smell that wafts from the bathroom, but we are on the corner of a little bay, with a beautiful ocean view, with a beach on one side and all the shops and restaurants on the other. Later in the day we found out that if we walk up a few flights of stairs we have access to a kitchen, and a rooftop deck. The deck was so pretty, so we played a round of Farkle up there. Somehow Seth won, again!
One of the first things we did was head down to the little beach we can see from our window. It's a beautiful little rocky beach, with white stones and clear water of shades of blues and greens. Beautiful, but apparently not the ideal beach. Rocky beaches hurt! And then, the water was really cold! Aah! It was nice though, and Seth gave me a 'hot stone massage'.