Castle of St Peter - Knights Templar
On display was beautiful, delicate glass and precious jewellry. The glass is on display now is pearlescent as a result of the metal oxidising giving it a beautiful pearly sheen. Glass cups, beads, plates plus they had the cutest diorama of the scuba divers going down to retrieve items from the wreck.
Greg loved their coin collection, it was interesting to find out how many coins it was to get an ox or cow, how many wages you get and how often. It talked about inflation and how they combat it.
We strolled the harbour looking for seafood lunch.We found a fantastic place Gemibasi (Ships captain). We got to choose our fresh fish in the kitchen and - Wow what a meal!
Beautifully cooked sea bass, tasty mezes, crisp white wine, on little white tables with blue chairs overlooking the yachts on the harbour. Wow. It was fantastic. Happiness!
Greg cooked a great dinner and we enjoyed a fairly bad bottle of wine on the balcony before heading out to go wild!
Ok well Bodrum and wild in May is a little hard.
The clubs were pretty quiet but we did a little dance and ended up in bed around 1am, which is when the crazy loud music started up....sigh!
Then staggered to the beach the next day, recuperating in a beachside hammock, sipping a raspberry cocktail and researching our Tuscay trip....
That night we had dinner at 'Peter's Place', a lovely place where Peter himself served us the best manti ever!
Manti, is like beef ravioli, little twists of pasta with meat surprise inside. Yum! Peter gave us some food tips for our next day driving north as well.....
Till next time
Jade & Greg