Litera Labranda & Gulluk Resort
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... Shall we go home now said Gina? Ok. I slept on the plane and woke to see Venice below, making out the Grand Canal and Saint Mark's Square. At this moment we are flying over the Alps, beautiful clear views of lakes, valleys and snow topped mountains. On our way ...
Today, the Rhapsody of the Seas pulled into Bodrum, Turkey, and I'm afraid that the Turners did not get off the ship. We always enjoy the days when the ship is in port, because the decks are empty! We know that Bodrum is a beautiful beach town, but we have been to so many fabulous beaches, we decided to skip it. I know that we will be back to Turkey, so we will have another opportunity to visit both Bodrum and Kusadasi.
... refugees. I searched in vain for a ferry from Bodrum to Turgeitris. I found bottles of water and returned with them to Gina. They were part of the cure. It's now the middle of the afternoon. I'm sitting in the back of a taxi in a traffic jam on the road through Bodrum, returning from the Apple Store in the Oasis shopping mall. They do not replace shattered IPad screens so my IPad screen remains shattered. At this moment in time Bodrum ...
... fake" watches and the like. We love all the Turkish plates and glass tile hanging lamps but with weight restrictions on our later flight to London we avoid the temptation to buy. After running the gauntlet of markets we finally arrive at Bodrum castle - our intended destination- very hot and already tired from our travels. The castle is 14th century though built on much earlier Roman/Byzantine foundations. It lies in a commanding position on ...
... and there would be signs directing me to the monastery. But when I was almost through the village, and had seen no sign, I turned to ask directions from a gentleman who had said "hello" from the doorway of his pension and restaurant. To my question of the way to the monastery he introduced Saddam, saying, "Saddam will guide you to the monastery." And, without further word of command or gesture that I can recall, Saddam began walking up the road next to ...