Club Mira Luna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... swimming and chilling the next day on the beach we were taken out for a wonderful meal by Daniel and Gill to celebrate my retirement and David's 60th later this month. The food and wine was really good and we had entertainment, Latin American music provided by an acoustic guitarist and vocalist along with drums, bongos and keyboard, which again was brilliant and Daniel and I even got up to dance ......that was a sight to see. The atmosphere was fantastic from ...
... but lots of fun. After the ride, we headed back to our hotel for lunch by the pool and a relax on those amazing day beds. We headed into Bodrum a bit earlier tonight to make sure we were in time to watch the sunset. It was so beautiful against all of the boats in the Marina. We had promised the kids time to shop, but they were first much more keen toy play on the outdoor gym equipment! So we spent an hour at that ...
... a taxi to the hotel - which sits high above the town of Bodrum on a cliff. The view was sensational, but I have to admit I was feeling so headachy and exhausted, I really didn't appreciate it much. We unpacked, rested for an hour and then made our way walking down to the township. Bodrum is certainly no undiscovered, sleepy fishing village, and the central township is filled with touristy souvenir shops sitting side by side with some nice looking jewellery shops. But ...
... my hotels along the front. In Yalikavak there are a huge amount of different sized boats called Gulets as you can see from the photos. These go out every day on the height of the season and quite a few go out now. They take people around to the bays to swim and see the views from the sea, give them lunch, have a bar but one thing they don't do which is crazy, they don't sail....... They motor everywhere which is such a shame to see. The Gulets all seem to be different ...
... just any sized wall but at least 10 feet high! And then the word breeze popped up again in Orkney. Once again we were dressed in full winter gab, dry as a bone style coat to keep out the cold. Andrew, our delightful bus driver was in short sleeves and enjoying the warmth- after all this was the first sunny day in 2 weeks! Summer at last he said! And then he told us of the 1953 cyclone that hit the Orkney ...