Bodrum Bloggers

A collection of articles and images from Bodrum Bloggers in Turkey. If you write about BODRUM Turkey, let me know and I will invite you to post on this board.
EmilyStyle: How to Visit a Turkish Bath in Bodrum

EmilyStyle: How to Visit a Turkish Bath in Bodrum

There is a high, narrow peninsula dividing Bodrum town from neighbouring Gümbet. Its crest, crowned by a line of windmills, has long been a ...

There is a high, narrow peninsula dividing Bodrum town from neighbouring Gümbet. Its crest, crowned by a line of windmills, has long been a ...

As part of our city guides series, we interviewed Roving Jay who has been traveling to the Bodrum Peninsula for the past 4 years

What to Do in Bodrum Turkey - an Insiders Guide

As part of our city guides series, we interviewed Roving Jay who has been traveling to the Bodrum Peninsula for the past 4 years

Sea front at Gumusluk On the third day of our Bodrum road trip, we set off to drive from Turgutreis to Yalikavak.

Kadikalesi and Gumusluk - Bodrum - Turkey

Sea front at Gumusluk On the third day of our Bodrum road trip, we set off to drive from Turgutreis to Yalikavak.

On the third day of our Bodrum road trip, we set off to drive from Turgutreis to Yalikavak.

Kadikalesi and Gumusluk - Bodrum - Turkey

On the third day of our Bodrum road trip, we set off to drive from Turgutreis to Yalikavak.

BacktoBodrum "No shit bitch"  has become my motto for the summer months. I pass these 3 words, as I climb up the hill in Hydra, on about the 180th step I think.  I keep meaning to count the total number, but the ability to sweat, walk and remember at the same time deserts me after 150 steps. I'm also busy trying not to lose face as an octogenarian or two overtake me with a friendly "Yassou" and not a hint of perspiration on their brows

BacktoBodrum "No shit bitch" has become my motto for the summer months. I pass these 3 words, as I climb up the hill in Hydra, on about the 180th step I think. I keep meaning to count the total number, but the ability to sweat, walk and remember at the same time deserts me after 150 steps. I'm also busy trying not to lose face as an octogenarian or two overtake me with a friendly "Yassou" and not a hint of perspiration on their brows

In general, the answer for the popular question “Is Bodrum safe?” is a big “Yes it is!” Turkey is one of the safest places in the planet but that does not mean individual incidents can’t happen. They can, like in any other country in the world.

In general, the answer for the popular question “Is Bodrum safe?” is a big “Yes it is!” Turkey is one of the safest places in the planet but that does not mean individual incidents can’t happen. They can, like in any other country in the world.

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