Altunakar Calypso Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Didim
... together as well as individually. Enjoyed a chocolate martini – hmmmmmm…..could get used to these!
Early night tonight. We are going to anchor at Santorini tomorrow. I have always wanted to visit this island and I am VERY looking forward to it!
Before bed we went out onto our balcony. The full moon illuminated the white tips of the waves as we sailed. The breeze is quite warm and balmy. I am so loving this holiday.
... and groups of young people here on weekend getaways, it seems. Like Sile, there were beach restaurat/bars with chairs and umbrellas for rent out front, but more spread out, no loud music playing from the bars. This is definitely a bit more upscale- a but more international as well. Many more people speak English here and I hear many different languages being spoken all around me.
... be. They are incredibly popular here in Turkey from what I have seen so far.
We headed to the small beach down the road, which was more of a small bay, not very clean either.
... not a fan to be honest. While at the house Arika reads us our fortune after each coffee. There are a few steps involved - once you have finished you tip the cup upside down onto the saucer. You then swirl it around and sit it on the table. Once the cup is cool, it's then time to turn the cup over and your fortune is told. I won't spill our secrets but it all sounds positive:) Tomorrow we head to ...
... corn......healthier than most of our usual beach fare. After a full beach afternoon, we headed into the town of Cesme for dinner. From the harbor there you can see the Greek island of Chios and the town is a popular sailing and ferry port. There was a small castle that we explored as the sunset. Larissa had headed home early with tired kids and we managed to make our way home without her ...