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... s. We visited Gundogen by bus on Tuesday, again a very cheap journey cost us 14TL in total there and back so less than £5. We walked around the bay it had such lovely views and it was another very warm day so we were pleased we had our swimming things. After lunch Daniel and Gill returned to Yalikavak and today was their 47th Wedding Anniversary, we continued having a walk before I went for a swim on the beach David swam before lunch. The water was very warm and as I ...
Another late wake up, another buffet breakfast and then we caught the regular shuttle bus across to the Gand Yazici's sister hotel on Torba beach. It was a lovely spot, but the area for us to hang out was on a wooden pier at the end of the water and it was nowhere as lovely as our hotel. So we decided to have a bit of walk around, before indulging in some water sports and heading back to Bodrum. The walk proved that we ...
... between the flights, but it became an anxious clock-watching exercise as our next flight began to board and we were still nowhere near the domestic airport. Happily, with only moments to spare, we made it onto the flight. Nobody felt great by the time we arrived, and whilst Bodrum looked lovely enough, the time change meant it was now late afternoon and a strong, cold wind was blowing. I did wonder what we would do if the weather was terrible for these few east days... ...
... views across the bay from Yalikavak were wonderful as normal but it was interesting to come across some villas and houses which had been started to be built but due to the economy has been left unfinished. We also walked past a Mosque one of many we have seen since being in Yalikavak.On the way back I couldn't resist so I got into my bikini and had a dip and a swim to cool off, I have to say it was very welcoming and very warm. I had to make sure I found a part of a beach ...
... 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 ...