Palm Wings Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Didim
... to plan. Unless the plan was to buy leaking snorkels. While I was asleep, mum and Maddie went on a little explore and discovered a restaurant. One where adults could sit under a shady tree while the kids could have a swim, only 5 feet away. So we went, and it was lovely. Although some nice seafood starters were all we could manage. After lunch, we went for a drive past a town called Türkbükü, but we re-named it Timbuktu. We ...
... shops named 'Jimmy shoe' 'Marc Spencer' and 'Nexst' they even had a pub called 'white mans pub' Righto.... We soon left and were on a bus to bodrum. Very easy instructions to the hostel. Dumped our bags and headed for dinner. After dinner and back in the room we had a quick look online for ferrys to Kos, however it seemed a little harder than pre anticipated...a fellow traveller said he was going in two days ...
... got to Bodrum we started at the Castle. As we were wandering around I heard a strange noise, it turned out to be a peacock casually sitting in a tree, I think that was the highlight of the day. When we had finished looking around the castle, we wandered along the sea front, had a nice lunch in the market area, I bought some cool earrings, had an ice cream, then we went back to Akyaka.
Get sick of saying another fantastic morning with glassy seas but that is what it is as we approach Bodrum for an anchor drop at 7.30am. State of Origin day so I will need to find free wifi to listen to the game. After breakfast we took the tender into port and then on the advice of the ships receptionist pay the 7 euro to get a cab into town. The plan is to go to a secluded beach on the other side of the peninsular for a chill out day. We pay the cab a very reasonable ...
... meant cholera/disease/quarantine--that was a bit disturbing until we could google it). The process was reversed when returning to Greece, sans the little yellow flag. Bodrum wriggled its way into our hearts almost immediately. Towering over the port is an imposing castle which, upon our arrival, was about to close for two hours for lunch (apparently, like the Greeks, the Turks take their lunch and nap times seriously), so we opted to wander the rest of the town ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking