Oceanis Beach & Spa Resort
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We elected to head back to Turkey for one last look at the beautiful coast there before ending our trip in Bodrum. Captain Guner selected Orak, which is a small island just off the coast that he says is very popular in summertime. There were still several boats there that came and went during the 24 hours that we were there, plus there was an ice-cream boat that came along and sold ...
... a couple of hours.
The next morning, Sam, Ryan, and Kristy went for a run, and I headed out for a walk in an attempt to get at least a little exercise. I had somehow managed to get a giant blister on my heel, so I couldn't even put my tennis shoes on, so I walked in flip-flops. Big mistake. Afterwards, I had blisters on the tops and back of my feet. The only solution: wrap my feet up in ancient Chinese fashion, put on ugly ...
... to look at. Daniel was our tourist guide for the day..... He took us to the Agora first which was right next to where we had our drink. We saw the Agora of Kos, one of the largest in the ancient world, it is among the most splendid monuments in the new city. It was approx 350 metres in length, it comprised of a central court, shops, public buildings. The earthquake in AD 142 caused extensive damage to the agora but large scale repairs and reconstruction ...
... 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 ...
... ourselves on the day beds surrounding the pool and just read and rested. After a few hours, we visited the Turkish steam room and spa - called a Hammam. And this one was breathtakingly gorgeous. All Corinthian marble with a heated stone room where you lie down and have warm water gently poured over your body. You can book massages, body scrubs and other treatments here too. The whole resort is so beautifully decorated - Cam would love it. The kids played ...