All posts by Dr Graham Busby

Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Tourism Management, Plymouth School of Tourism & Hospitality (Faculty of Business)

On Vis

Oct 7, 2015 |

A double entendre. Indeed. Or treble. My interest in the island was first stimulated by Jasper Ridley’s biography of Tito (only two reviewers on Amazon. Both give it five out of five. Which begs the question why only two reviewers? Josip Broz – Tito – was a titan for several decades from the middle of […more]

On Korčula

Oct 2, 2015 |

Korčula: name of a city, name of an island. When Marco Polo was born in the city, in 1254, Korčula was part of the Venetian Republic. Today, the island is in Croatia, a couple of decades ago, it was in Yugoslavia, and so we could go on. It’s part of the Balkans and, therefore, Dalmatia […more]