Club Dorado Hotel
Travel Blogs from Marmaris
Well. Datca is very lively. Music in the club went on very late (no watch but well past 1 in the morning. The place is going to become as trendy as Fiskardho in the Ionian. We ate a delicious meal on the beach with the water lapping a few feet away. The wind got up during the night and there is now quite a lot of noise from the assorted rigging around us. However the reality is that the noise is greater than ...
... of running!! Yippee. Poor skipper had a bit of an upset tummy last night. Poor poor skipper. However on the bright side he will not have to use the loo for a while......... Enough said. All better this morning. All in all relaxing so far. Today we are off to Dirsek a small bay with a single restaurant that is not accessible by road. Photos etc will be uploaded as they are ...
... was a larger town where we stopped for another night. Here we watched the NZ v Holland World Cup match. Every day we had glorious sunshine and went swimming off the back of the boat. We have really enjoyed Bede and Julie's company and they have had a ball. Tonight is our last on board. Tomorrow Julie and Bede head to Istanbull, then on to Bangkok while Peter and I head to Rhodes. Maybe I will write again from ...
1 day enjoying beach in Oludeniz and then on through Marmaris to Bozburun wharf to be collected by boat and taken to small hotel on the side of a hill with no road access.
We are here for 3 days of no driving and hoping for some swimming, reading and good sleeping. We have had very mixed weather with ...
After a busy day in Rhodes we set sail for another island later in the afternoon. The Captain said that the harbor of Simi is the most beautiful in the Greek Islands. And we are lucky enough to be on a ship small enough to go right into the harbor. It certainly was picturesque but not what I expected having been to Santorini with its iconic blue ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility