I had the same feeling when I had to left the Paloma Yasmin in Bodrum. Life in a sunny, warm, seaside, all-inclusive resort is so incredibly luxurious and easy, it's hard to go back to mundalities that is real life. I look up at the cloudy, Ankara sky and wonder exactly I decided to move to the capital of Turkey (while the weather here is paradise here in comparison to Canada, it's not the Mediterranean).
|One of the resorts three pools. Paradise!|
I spent a week in a Junior Executive Suite in a 5 star all inclusive resort in Bodrum with Laurel, Mandy and Amy. We had a fantastic time. Every morning, there was a cute Turkish man to make us omelets, and by the time we had finished them, the sun was hot enough to lay out on the resort's private beach and shortly after, order a pina colada.
|Our favourite animateur!|
|One of the few times we left the resort. We took a bus into Bodrum (town center) to check out the markets, harbour and Starbucks.|