Tuntas Hotel Altinkum
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... we're not walking. Arrival at the hotel is slow but easy. There's five women with babies sitting in the lobby. We check in only to discover our room is damp and mouldy and ugly but we are offered a room at a sister hotel 50 meters away. It's much fresher and has a breakfast provided but the front desk person does not speak English. She's from Azerbaijan and speaks Russian and a regional dialect called Chook. Oh boy! We walk to the restaurant ...
... the boat, jumped off the rails into the water and explored villages and beaches that we pulled into. We went to a little island with ancient ruins 2000 years old. We swam at our first beach that had sand - usually they only have rocks. We weren't allowed to walk or put our towels on the sand because it was so precious! We got back to Bodrum after 6 days sailing! Next stop ...
So we walked around the marina from ferry to our Turkish Gulet - a traditional Turkish boat. Here we boarded and met our crew Oulash, uur and Bidem. After a little stroll around town, a delicious lunch and Scott partaking in a Turkish shave with cut-throat razor, we left port around 4pm for a couple of hours cruising until dinner. The water is sparkling blue and warm. The weather is perfect and ...
... we decided to head north of the island to see it the weather was any better. Much better. We stopped for a late lunch and then carried on our way to Kokkari, a small tourist village. We drove through the narrow street looking for a parking spot. We found a perfect spot only to realise we needed to fill our water tank! So went back to the main road where we had located a public water supply. Finally after parking we went for a swim to relax and for the ...
Today we are in Kusadasi which means Bird Island and the island has lots of pigeons. It is situated on Turkey's west coast and is one of the country's main holiday destination. This town was once a small fishing village but has grown into a much larger community. Ninety nine percent of the region is Muslim but only twenty five percent practice . We are going to Ephesus an ancient Aegean city . As capital of Roman Asia Minor, Ephesus was a vibrant city with a population of over ...