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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Kids pool
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Leaving Selçuk is a challenge. Lisa keeps asking when I'm going to talk about how pedestrian-unfriendly Turkey is. I'm not sure if its pedestrian unfriendly or just unaware. What's important is that you remain present at all times while in traffic or on the sidewalk as it is the safest route for scooters to travel. There is zero accommodation for people on foot. With planned accuracy we negotiate the luggage-destroying streets and safely arrive ...
... the boat, jumped off the rails into the water and explored villages and beaches that we pulled into. We went to a little island with ancient ruins 2000 years old. We swam at our first beach that had sand - usually they only have rocks. We weren't allowed to walk or put our towels on the sand because it was so precious! We got back to Bodrum after 6 days sailing! Next stop ...
... is sensational. Each meal consists of several dishes of traditionally prepared vegetables and salad and fish or meat. Of course we eat way too much - 4 meals a day! Will have to have doorways widened on our return. Our cabins are very cute and comfortable, but as the air conditioning can only be accessed while generator is on, they are often too hot to sleep in. As a result we sometimes sleep ...
... than mandated by a dictatorship. The vibe of the place is pretty happy and because it is the meeting place between Europe and Asia, Russia and the Middle East, Christianity and Islam and in a way Oppression and Freedom, the rules are more relaxed. Treat all with respect and you will be alright. I never once felt unsafe and we did some mind-blowing things, like the hot-air balloon and learning about the history of one of the world’s greatest ...
... our luggage was worn and broken. We also bought another one and some new hats in the bizarre – after some successful haggling. Eight months in and pretty much all of our stuff had fallen apart. We are no longer homesick and the new luggage is a blessing. We are energised again and ready for Greece.
Bodrum is a fantastic town, but the contrast between the super-rich (the marina was full of wooden yachts) and the beggars is sickening. Putting that aside, the town is fun ...