Kipriotis Hippocrates Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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After a breakfast consisting of eggs and bacon, we headed back to a little bit more of civilization to Datça. On the way we took a right to head for the old houses of Datça. Here we found my birthday presents. A silver ring with a milk opal and the Hand of Fatima as an opal. We then went to the harbor for a coffee, looking at tiny yachts and having my handbag repaired which was a birthday present ...
... but now we were able to see much more as Eric was now on his own feet. It was really fascinating and the old harbor absolutely beautiful with the green and turquoise colored water. The ride back had me holding on for dear life, as the cliffs down were on my side of the car. The roads are narrow and extremely winding. But we made it ...
Sometime early this morning there was a thunderstorm. It wasn't so bad, but there is a leak into the roof in our bedroom. On Karstens side of the bed. The next days are supposed to be dry so we hope the drips will stop soon. Breakfast was taken in at the Restaurant Tuna. Eric had an omelette and we had pita bread ...
We started off from Hamburg. Our destination was the airport Dalaman in Turkey. At the Hamburg airport it was 9 C when we left. We landed in Dalaman with temperatures in the low twenties. Wow. Our car pickup also went off without a hitch. We headed of to Yaka Köy on the peninsula Datça. It ...
... bus circus. That's right, I said circus. Not much English here. We are however given the choice of two buses headed in different directions that will get us to the same place. We luck out and choose a somewhat short ride to a bigger terminal and hop an express bus complete with steward. Haven't been in a bus like this since Chile in 93. Put my MP3 player on, ear buds in and let the Latin rhythms flow while farms and villages roll by. I've ...