Tag Archives: Bodrum

Open the door – a thought on travel photography

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then travellers’ photos of iconic buildings tell the tale of magical places. Some places are so recognizable that no further explanation is required, and so photogenic that it would be hard to … Continue reading

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Ding-a-ling, ding-a-ling

The six of us were on a day cruise off Bodrum, Turkey in the Aegean Sea.  We’d been lounging on deep blue mats soaking up the warm sun, enjoying the sea breezes, lulled into a deep calm.  Totally relaxed. Faintly, … Continue reading

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Splitting costs = An upgrade

Look at it this way. Traveling with six has its advantages. We knew we wanted to spend a day on a cruise in the Aegean. Had we not been with friends, our choice would have been what we alone could … Continue reading

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