Kerme Ottoman Palace
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I so loved our place of anchor last night. I fell asleep with tepid, calming winds blowing over the deck, and ruffling my bedsheets. Unfortunately a long night's rest was not in the cards for me. I woke up around 3:00a.m., to a methodical, occasional, "thump", feeling like it was coming from beneath Milena. I knew our anchor was not slipping, but I thought the chain might be rubbing on the rocks at the bottom of the sea. It wasn't until much later in the ...
... continuous security and cleaning services during 24 hours, beach bar, restaurant, pub and cafeteria, health and sport center, open car park, library, nurse, men and women hair stylist, laundry, sauna and swimming pool, and playground and play room for little sailors in marina and also supermarket and stores for technical material sale in our marina having opportunities more than international standards. It is the most suitable choice both for short or long term and ...
Good Morning from the decks of Milena. I slept like a baby topside, owing to the fact that I boughtthe wrong brrdrunder the wrong cocoon bedding I brought from Seattle was wrong, very wrong. It was a cocoon silk "sheet".... wrong, wrong, wrong -- it radiate heat. I was burning hot all night. Silk cocoon is awful. Light weight fleece is best. Unfortunately I brought the wrong thing. Marina and Neil had the table set with every possible breakfast possibility. In the ...
Dear Family & Friends,
We have just returned from over a month away cruising the wild mountainous Carian and Lycian coasts of Turkey. The Carians and Lycians were indigenous people speaking an Indo-European language, living here before the Greeks arrived about 1000 BC. Until a coastal road was built access by land was very difficult, and most access by sea; in Byzantine times it became a pirate haunt. The Lycians were famous for their ...
July 17, 2015 Turunc to Dalyan
Frustration and a definite tinge of sadness sum up the first part of the day. The frustration revolved around poor internet connections when we had some business matters which needed attention. The sadness was because we were sitting inside whilst the family enjoyed the pool during our last few precious hours at the Loryma. We were also very sad, to say our goodbyes to Paul, Fiona, Calum and Euan. It was ...