Diamond of Bodrum
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... boys again so we let them share. Got changed and went down to see Nikos at the beach. Got my goggles and snorkel out and went looking for fishies.
Saw 4 different types.
Back for shower and pre dinner drinks and then out for dinner.
Ruth made us walk all the way back into town for a restaurant she had spotted. I had the seafood platter which was huge but unfortunately overlooked and very dry.
... rock for Shayla. Went to the supermarket for a marker so I know where each one comes from.
Back on the verandah having drinks and nibbles.
Wandered down the road to the right and found Cafe Classic. Which was pink and purple cocktail bar so they went in for me. So they said!
Constantine asked if we were Australian because his mum talks like us. After we ...
... down the road for lovely dinner, back to the supermarket for the bits we forgot before heading back to our beds. I very cleverly body planted myself on the road. Gonna have a beautiful bruise on my knee, wrist is pretty sore up to my elbow. Don't think it's broken ...
We didn't mean to Greek Island hopping, it just kind of happened. We headed firsts to Paros, my favourite of the islands. It was very cute and the towns were as you imagined them to be, all quaint and white. Actually Paros reminded us of the Raglan shops but in a Greek setting. We hired a quad bike and checked out the island, going round different towns and beaches which was fun. We got to drive around the coast, meet a few different people, have a great ...
After another long bus ride I arrived in bodrum on turkey's south west coast, where I stayed the night to catch an early morning ferry to kos the next day. Bodrum was a fairly nondescript resort town, who's only attraction of note, a fortress built by the knights of Saint John by quarrying the green volcanic stone, marble and reliefs from the nearby mausoleum of maussollos, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, was closed for the day I was there, but this part of the world is full ...