Baia Bodrum Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Bodrum
... br> found a pair of shoes in pink that are so comfy, thought I would get the white ones but none in my size so left with just one pair. After a couple of shops decided I would get the black as well. They are so comfortable I think I need more!
A bit more shopping later I had a new shirt, handbag, pack of cards, Greece cd, some more presents and I think that's it.
Stopped to get a taxi and ...
... to George and he told us his love story he bought us a round of shots. Ouzo for the boys and peach schnapps for the girls. Then Constantine decided he needed to give us shots too. A round of strawberry schnapps.
Then we went over to the supermarket to meet Mary. She still sounds like an Aussie.
Back to the studios where the boys drank half a bottle of ouzo
Left Athens are 12 and went out to the airport for our 4 o'clock. Had a very relaxed wander and check in. Plane up, plane down and we are on Kos. Checked in, found the supermarket and got necessary supplies, beer, ouzo, nibbles etc. Back for a swim and pre dinner ...
... and again hired a bike and checked out the island. We searched high and low for the view with the blue top domes you see on every advertisement for Greece, and could only find it in souvenir paintings. I swear it's photoshopped and made up. Santorini however was pretty with the rock cliffs and nice views. Lastly we are in Kos, we took a 1am ferry, arriving at 5am so decided to stay a day and sleep before heading onto Turkey. So we have wondered around the ...
... castles built with the desecrated remains of roman and Greek wonders, so that was no great loss. After arriving in kos and dropping of my bag at my hotel, I procured a scooter and spent most of my time exploring the island. I had a really great three days zipping round the island, exploring the little villages doting the mountains, ranged from mega touristy (Zia), to quaint and sleepy and even the odd abandoned village slowly falling down. I stopped off at random beaches ...