Slovenian born Adriane Polo and Marina Polovic were told countless of stories while growing up in Slovenia, former Yugoslavia.  They were told by their grandfather who migrated from Croatia about a little village where they came from. It was a village of Polos. The vic on the end of their last name means village of.  They lived on a small border town of Capodistria (Koper). Their parents took them every weekend across the border to Italy to trade goods like butter, figs, etc. They immigrated to Canada while school age and their dad and mom build a 57 foot sailboat in which they sailed the Pacific Ocean, the islands, the coast and Hawaii. So adventure is in their blood. The sisters, now that their kids have grown up, decided to answer the question that has been bugging them for years: are they related to Marco Polo.

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