Photo Gallery of my visit to the Torba Boat harbour, which is at the far end of Ataturk Cad. Wander up the western side of Torba bay, past the pensions, restaurants and cafes, to reach the jetty and harbour.
So after a 24 hour journey from Los Angeles to Heathrow, a transfer to Gatwick, and a 5 hour layover, we finally arrived at Bodrum Airport at 2am, and were wandering aimlessly out of the baggage area, towing our bags behind us in a daze of hunger, thirst and fatigue.View full post
This is the 1st article in the House-sitting Chronicles series. On their first trip to Turkey, this house-sitting couple are looking after a house in the northern part of the Bodrum Peninsula, and recount the trials and tribulations of their arrival.View full post
Why not grab some fresh produce from Yalikavak’s weekly market, and then go for a picnic off the beaten track at this Halk Plajı on the Kudur Peninsula. Nearby are the Rock Caves, and you can look back at the bay for a great view of the Yalikavak coastline.View full post
I’m collecting articles about the Bodrum Peninsula from the web, and consolidating previews of them on my website. This gives you the opportunity of discovering what others are saying about the different destinations in this area of Turkey. These collections of articles are branded as my “Carousel” articles, because it gives these articles another spin.View full post
Want to know how to check the status of domestic and international flights for Milas-Bodrum Airport?
Here’s some links which will let you know if the flight you’re enquiring about has been delayed, or had already landed.View full post
The only one-room hotel in Turkey, Ada Ev is a renovated Tower House from ancient times, and the oldest building on the Bodrum Peninsula, after the Bodrum Castle. It’s located in Ortakent, which is the cross-roads location of Bodrum, Turgutreis and YalkiavakView full post
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“I must have pulled on the tiller instead of pushed, whereupon the boom whacked me on the head, the sail flapped in the breeze and the next thing I knew I was in the Aegean.
But, even though Ahmet, the lifeguard, was there in a flash in his speedy inflatable, I managed to stand on the daggerboard and right the boat.”
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Leen Smit is a fan of the Turkey, and especially the Bodrum Peninsula. Here’s a photo montage from his “Discover Turkey” series.
January 4, 2013
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2m video of the partially renovated city walls and Myndos Gate, which is the only surviving entry gate from the ancient Halicarnassus era. In 333 B.C. this area was the site of a great battle. The soldiers of Alexander the Great fought to capture the city.
December 20, 2012
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