Seray Class Apartments
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... cream cones, boat-to-boat!
The kids got their fill of the Ringo (tube) riding - with Adam pulling them around for about 2 hours. We fished (caught nothing), and got many pics of the kids, Ryan and Kristy jumping off the top deck of the boat. It was a peaceful, fun, beautiful cove, and a great relaxing way to spend the last full day.
... and go. I did it. My vanity had already taken a massive hit for the past 2.5 weeks, so why stop now? We went to the ruins in Kos, which were interesting, and far more visited than those in Astipalia. There were magnificent views from the hilltop fortress remains, with many a photo-op. Afterwards, we rented dune buggies, and each of the adults drove one child with them. Sam took the lead and drove us up gravel paths, some of which ...
... many bumpy roads we were do pleased to get there. After going through customs we were pleased to be sitting on the ferry at 9am. We left at 9.30 and had a 50 minute journey to Kos. The journey was comfortable as we arrived a number of huge Gulets left packed with people off to sail around the island. By the time we got off the ferry it was 10.30am and we had until 5.30pm to take in some of the sights. We decided to have a drink then look at the map and decide what ...
... 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 ...
... meatballs and kebabs and salad. Everyone ate so well and it was all delicious. After dinner we walked around by Bodrum Castle, and the kids had an ice cream (which Martin - the vendor from near the Black Sea, let them make themselves). Last stop was to sample some Turkish delight in different flavours. I'm still not so keen - although the lemon was was nice, but Mitch loves it so he bought a few squares to sustain him on the cab ride back up to our cliff top hotel and into ...