Travel Blogs from Bodrum
... and pelicans have now arrived in large
numbers as well as several waders and of course the Black Redstarts and Sombre
Tits that use our villas for nesting over the winter. Our favourite walk along a local river has
begun to come alive with Cormorants and Egrets as well as the return of the
Kingfishers that can be seen all along the river banks
The last of the butterflies seem to have been hit hard this week with the rain
Saved for a whole year to take family on holiday to the lovely beach of Bardakci Bay on the Bodrum Peninsula in Turkey. Brilliant time was had by all especially our little 7 year old boy. Everything revolved around the beach and the pool with plenty going on day and night. Food was tasty and good plain food for kids. The ...
... would not be anything like the other ferry experience we had from Crete to Santorini. We actually found the port for the ferry in 15 minutes which gave us enough time to grab some water and sit down before our 2 hour ferry trip. And hooray we were off, no puking, no big waves, simply just a nice ride over to Datca.
"If you make it all the way to the Datça Peninsula, you may never want to leave" was a statement we had read, and its ...
... 17:30 , Tracy and I kept the party going until 1:30AM. We went on a little bar hopping tour of town. We went to a dancing bar, a rock bar, a sit down bar, and topped it all off with one more dancing bar!
I am writing this post 3 days later so I'm a little foggy on exact details. But you get the idea. Today was essentially a party day for us. The next day was a little rough going.
... many people and each of them told us a different thing. Turns out the hotel was 200m in front of us, down this little hill and we just couldn't see it.
After that frustrating ordeal it was defiantly time to hit up the beach and have a few Efes ( the main beer in Turkey ) We stayed on the beach until 8:00 and watched the sun set. The sunset obviously wasn't as picturesque as Santorini but still very nice. There are ...