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Travel Blogs from Bodrum
... lire to travel the 25k to this beautiful little bay. A nice young guy sets up our day beds and umbrella, brings us drinks and we just kick back using his free wiFi to catch up on news from home. A nice lunch, Mum had best Haloumi ever she says. You gotta love the internet. I settle in to listen to a live streaming of the State of Origin but have to leave at half time and lose the connection. God bless Danielle, she kept me up to date with play by play scores and ...
... data network and we were ready to cast off at 10 am. The start of the trip out of Symi is always somewhat of a challenge because of the many fowled anchors ( this time no problems) followed shortly thereafter with a short voyage through a passage between Symi and a neighboring islet where the clear blue water is only 4 meters deep and the bottom appears to touch our keel which draws 2 meters. We tried to sail for about 15 minutes when the ...
Although it's mountainous terrain makes it a popular rock climbing destination, Kalymnos is best know for its history of sponge divers. This was also the place where we listened to a political speech (we think) taking place in the harbour square outside our hotel. Plastic chairs for everyone, candy floss, music..... It was incredibly loud and chaotic. Everyone who lives on the island must have been there. Then it was over. Everyone left and it was ...
... without any suit or air support.. risking their lives day in and day out! Their endless love of the sea floor drives them to dive continuously not just for sponges but other sea treasures too like various shells. A few decades back.. their lives were short and anything but easy! Many perished in their attempt to survive and feed their families. But they created a legend, which follows the divers of Kalymnos island up to this very ...
... meant cholera/disease/quarantine--that was a bit disturbing until we could google it). The process was reversed when returning to Greece, sans the little yellow flag. Bodrum wriggled its way into our hearts almost immediately. Towering over the port is an imposing castle which, upon our arrival, was about to close for two hours for lunch (apparently, like the Greeks, the Turks take their lunch and nap times seriously), so we opted to wander the rest of the town ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility