Venosa Beach Resort & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Didim
Today was sleep in, swim, lunch (with swim), home for dinner, swim, dinner then bed. Milly: I don't have much to say about mum's, let's say, simple approach for today. I guess she must be tired. That was what I did when I was tired. Anyway, the first thing that happened to me was sleep. An amazing sleep in 'till 10:00, when I only got woken up by mum, dad and Maddie loudly chattering at the kitchen table mixed with a chorus of meowing cats ...
... wasn't one tomorrow. Ah. After sifting through a few websites we found one and booked the tickets. We had no idea who with or what ferry or where the port was...we'd just wing it. We took advantage of the internet and also purchased flights to ibiza for later in August...it worked out 3€ More expensive to fly, 1 hr flight rather than a 9hr boat ride! I'm all for budgeting but I feel it's a 3€ well ...
... 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.
... lire to travel the 25k to this beautiful little bay. A nice young guy sets up our day beds and umbrella, brings us drinks and we just kick back using his free wiFi to catch up on news from home. A nice lunch, Mum had best Haloumi ever she says. You gotta love the internet. I settle in to listen to a live streaming of the State of Origin but have to leave at half time and lose the connection. God bless Danielle, she kept me up to date with play by play scores and ...
... a restaurant for lunch where locals ate and that offered authentic Turkish lunch specials for only 10 liras. Lunch was indeed delicious and afterwards we visited Stella in her shop as she regaled us with the history and stories of some of her carpets and curios (jewellery, a nomadic child's dress covered in pieces of silver, stones, and bits of bone that would have been added to through generations), all the while secure in the knowledge that we didn't own a house ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking