Bodrum – A corner of paradise

Directly facing the Aegean Sea, Bodrum is a beauty! It’s always nice to return to my roots, and spend some precious time, with family and friends.

I am truly blessed, that my parents own a summer-house about 30 mins from Bodrum center. It has and is usually the highlight of my trip, whenever I go back. Its panoramic views, warm weather and small white houses is seriously all I need. oh and lets not forget a glass of Rośe!

What else did I get up to besides swimming, chilling and eating?

-We took a 35min fast catamaran ferry trip to Kos which is a Greek Island, part of the Dodecanese area. We were only there for the day, but I can still smell the ‘air of cool’ vibe the Island had to offer. Its tropical beauty and endless beaches had me thinking, I should have stayed a little longer…

-Bodrum Castle in the port city of Bodrum is a must-see! Behind the tall stone walls is a museum of Under water Archeology, rooms devoted to a princess of the time and jewelry worn by turkish women.

-Hired a car for 3 days, (so awkward driving on the opposite side of the road). Went to some of the hottest spots in Bodrum. Hello, beach decks and lounge music! It’s infectious mood at Turkbuku, an enclosed bay featuring a minimalistic casual-luxury feel. It was all me!

 

Love T x

Summer house sunsets.
Summer house sunsets.
Summer house pool.
Summer house pool.
Reading 'Porter Magazine' by the pool.
Reading ‘Porter Magazine’ by the pool.
Medditeranian dishes at Bodrum Marina.
Medditeranian dishes at Bodrum Marina.
Bodrum Castle.
Bodrum Castle.
Bodrum Castle.
Bodrum Castle.
Bodrum Castle.
Bodrum Castle.
Day trip to Kos Island.
Day trip to Kos Island.
Little streets in Kos.
Little streets in Kos.
Beach decks and Lounge music at Turkbuku, Bodrum.
Beach decks and Lounge music at Turkbuku, Bodrum.
The bay of Turkbuku.
The bay of Turkbuku.
Beach Beds, Turkbuku.
Beach Beds, Turkbuku.
Enclosed View of the Bay of Turkbuku.
Enclosed View of the Bay of Turkbuku.
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