Corinthia Gulluk Hotel

Address: Güllük, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48670, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Güllük

Bus to Bodrum and beyond.

A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 04, 2015

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... dinner. Theres a bit of dog **** on the street. Usually a sign things are running amuck, in my book. Maybe it's just the neighbourhood. Not far we hit the promenade. It reminds us of the Dalmatian coast. Hundreds upon hundreds of double and triple mast schooners. It looks wealthier and bigger and in some ways dirtier. Not much, but just a little edgier. We find a place to eat but the terrace doesn't open until 7:30, almost our bed time. We walk ...

Last days cruising

A travel blog entry by donnabuang on Oct 02, 2015

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... we have seen with sand. No one is allowed to walk on sand, place towel on sand or remove sand... Lucky are we in Oz. We finish our last night at sea, head into the Bodrum marina and sadly eat our farewell dinner:( Anyway off to Cappadocia ...

Gulet cruise in Turkey

A travel blog entry by mrskrenn on Sep 28, 2015

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We arrived in Bodrum in Turkey and hopped aboard our Turkish Gulet. It's a traditional Turkish boat. Our captain was Oolash, his crewman was Uur and our Cook was Bydem. We headed out cruising down the coast. The water was incredibly blue and warm! We saw sea turtles, jellyfish and garfish. Greg caught a moray eel. We ate A LOT! No chocolate for Mrs K when I get back!! Everyday we ...

Bodrum, Turkey and cruise.

A travel blog entry by donnabuang on Sep 28, 2015

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... is sensational. Each meal consists of several dishes of traditionally prepared vegetables and salad and fish or meat. Of course we eat way too much - 4 meals a day! Will have to have doorways widened on our return. Our cabins are very cute and comfortable, but as the air conditioning can only be accessed while generator is on, they are often too hot to sleep in. As a result we sometimes sleep ...

Saddam and Me

A travel blog entry by oldrover on Mar 14, 2009

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No. This Saddam. Saddam the Guide Dog.

It happened this way. But bare with me. Like Herodotus, I relate somewhat elliptical histories; or, just skip to the heading below, "Hiking With Saddam."

Elliptical Background

First a little more about "Brother" Dave (introduced in a previous blog. Maybe. I'm getting behind and confused). Dave had told me of the wonders of the village and area around Kapikiri. Kapikiri also happens to overlie the ...

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