Palm Wings Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the marina and daydreaming about owning a sailboat. We also watched the sunset each night at the beach, ate yummy kabob and made sure to feed the stray cats as much as we could. Bodrum is very beautiful, quiet and just a really nice place to visit if you want to relax. The seaside town is so different from other areas of Turkey we had visited in the past and really shows you how extremely varied the areas of Turkey are. Our next and final stop in Turkey is ...
... can avoid paying taxes!!
Grey skies and about 19 degrees today, so not cold. I would say at least half the shops and restaurants are closed up for winter, and probably hotels too. We are the last guests at this hotel.
I can't imagine how crowded it would be here in summer! It's sort of nice like this - not having to fight the crowds. We've been lucky like that!
... we passed through some mountains and got closer to the coast the towns became more prosperous with huge resorts at the entrance to Bodrum which is a big tourist town. It's pretty empty at the moment and we are the only people at the small boutique hotel where we are staying.
The temperature is about 18 degrees and it looks stormy tonight!
Selick village on a hill is our first stop of the day a somewhat chilly start, and about an hours coach ride through huge Mandarin orchards. Then we wind deep up in to the heart of the mountains, the air getting fresher and chilly. A fantastic village with narrow winding paths and roads, made of cobblestones and rocks, a heritage site so no new builds traditional houses constructed the same way they have for centuries. ...
... years on average as the Mediterrannean Sea recedes; the nearby island of Lade, where the Persian fleet destroyed the Ionian Navy in 494 B.C., is now a hill in flat farmland several miles from the Med's current coastline!
Didyma is to the south, connected to the major Ionian city of Miletus with a sacred road. This road facilitated pilgrims coming to the Didymaion, roughly translated from Greek by me as "the absolutely ...