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... 15 miles from Bodrum, it has very few guests which is perfect for feeling as though you have the place to yourself. The private beach was lined with chairs and grass tiki huts, but only four other people were at the beach. Our breakfast included the largest buffet I've ever encountered with fruits, breads, jams, nuts, yogurt, cheeses, meats, eggs, coffee and juices for this lazy day. Tonight we plan to check out the sushi bar ...
... I could muster was, “uh, what?”
Anyway, I am hoping for some visible sign of the fight tonight. I’ll keep you posted.
Bodrum, Turkey, is a quite lovely place. A beachfront town it boasts a long boardwalk (sans boards) at the sea’s edge populated by shops and bars and restaurants and boats and a fort and dogs and more shops and coffee houses and dance halls and money changers and statues and cats and ...
... the peaceful silence, the activity of the hundreds of different species and the feeling of adrenaline that comes with being 30m under water! The first dive all seemed so fast after it had taken so long to get started so once I'd resurfaced all I wanted to do was get back in and experience it all over again, but as it is with diving I had to settle for an hour wait then another go! The second dive ...
... those working on the Knights' fortifications made it to the base of the mausoleum, it was too late in the day to continue. When they returned the next day to continue, the bodies of Mausolus and Artemisia were missing, along with any treasure that may have been there...In the 1960's, excavation showed that a tunnel was built long before the Knights arrived, so grave robbers probably took everything long before.
Bodrum is one of the Aegean's most charming towns. It is famous for wooden boats built in the days of Cleopatra. It is the site of another of the Ancient Wonders - the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. Built in 353 BC it was destroyed by an earthquake in the 15th century. I bought a painting of the Bodrum harbor from a Turkish watercolor ...
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