Bodrum Holiday Resort & Spa
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... cream cones, boat-to-boat!
The kids got their fill of the Ringo (tube) riding - with Adam pulling them around for about 2 hours. We fished (caught nothing), and got many pics of the kids, Ryan and Kristy jumping off the top deck of the boat. It was a peaceful, fun, beautiful cove, and a great relaxing way to spend the last full day.
... staff were there again: friendly, fun, and this time one of them showed Miles how to do some new moves. He had been a pro "footballer" a few years ago, and was still impressive with his tricks. Kylie and Catherine enjoyed playing with Mickey the parrot, who stood on their arms and tried to steal their sunglasses.
We asked Ayzin to make dinner for the kids only, so that the adults could have an evening out. We found a ...
... the water with a huge variety of Meze to choose from. A well needed walk in the sun was needed after, back to Yalikavak after for a few drinks and not a lot to eat at Dedes as we were still full from our lunch.We said our goodbyes to Daniel and Gill and have now cleaned and packed up the house and our clothes ready for our drive to the airport later. Thank you Turkey for a wonderful experience and holiday always to be remembered and we will be back sometime in the future. ...
... to be a statue of Aphrodite here. Bret had read from some guide books that the statue - the first naked one of its kind - had been an attraction centuries ago for people in the region to come see. The men in particular were disappointed that we couldn't find it. The people who lived during that time were amazing architects and knew how to choose a location for their city: it was breathtakingly beautiful. In the amphitheater, ...
... for the process of calculations to determine round scores. I'll have to get that next time. Since the man who called me over was the only one of them who spoke English, it was a great opportunity to listen in on Turkish conversation. I recognized a slew of numbers being called out after my lesson yesterday; that was pretty cool. One of the other men asked if I was from Turkey. I'm taking his inquiry as an indication that I am learning the culture despite the ...