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« on: July 05, 2009, 03:08:32 PM »
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I live in the U.K but also have a home near Bodrum in Turkey.
If you love history,exploring archaeological sites,stunning coastlines and friendly people then I'd recommend this area for a trip.
Best time of year is May or September when it's not too hot or too overcrowded.
Here is an image from my latest trip taken on a peninsula between Gumbet & Bodrum Bay.
I also have added a link to the making of trailer.
Cheers
Simon

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« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2009, 04:07:47 PM »
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I live in the U.K but also have a home near Bodrum in Turkey.
If you love history,exploring archaeological sites,stunning coastlines and friendly people then I'd recommend this area for a trip.
Best time of year is May or September when it's not too hot or too overcrowded.
Here is an image from my latest trip taken on a peninsula between Gumbet & Bodrum Bay.
I also have added a link to the making of trailer.
Cheers
Simon

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Eating places along the coast also have some of the best fish and fried squid that I have ever eaten.  
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