Travel Blogs from Kas, Turkey

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Happy Birthday, America!, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Happy Birthday, America!

A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo

... . We still needed to see Meis (sounds like Mace), which is a Greek Island about a half hour away from Kas. Since pork isn’t readily available in Turkey, a lot of people venture there to get it. On our way to Aspendos, the people we were with said ...

Now this is paradise!, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Now this is paradise!

A travel blog entry by jev086

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Here it is, the holiday destination for Visitors and residents alike. With crystal clear waters, beautiful beaches, and loads of activities, Kas is the place to be. Ziya and I went snorkeling, paragliding, canyoning, and boat cruising. Such a nice time ...

Kas-hing in, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kas-hing in

A travel blog entry by panzaverde

... we are on it!   We met Richard and Nicki in Kas. They were on their way back to NZ from Europe.  Turkey was their last stop after travelling overland down from the Baltic. We enjoyed their stories of dumplings and former communist States.   ...

Turquoise Sea and Sunshine - Day 6 to Day 11, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Turquoise Sea and Sunshine - Day 6 to Day 11

A travel blog entry by katherinecle

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... but we were on our way to the small town of Kalkan where we retrieved our bikes and rode to the small town of Kas. In Kas we took a little jaunt up the hill to see a small Hellenistic Theatre. We are getting quite a collection of theatre photographs on ...

What a great place, Kas, Turkey travel blog

What a great place

A travel blog entry by cdrjgreen

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... this blog, Thank you for your comments which we alsoget a copy by email. Can you believe we opted for a day boat trip at Kas!! bloody windy which prevented the boat stopping at all places of interest, so was not best trip we have had.Sea was still a ...

The Lycian Way, Kas, Turkey travel blog

The Lycian Way

A travel blog entry by pilgrimthomas

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... a site of Christian Pilgrimages, had not been turned into a mosque and was one of the most intact churches I have seen in Turkey; including the original altar and baptismal pool. Plus many of the frescoes and mosaics were intact. From Demre, I walked ...

Sinless singles... again, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Sinless singles... again

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is

... (car-sh). A small yachting village in the south west, it's also known by the Turks as the best place to dive in Turkey and possibly the entire Mediterranean.  Wanting to get some more practice in after being certified in Vietnam, we had chosen this ...

Room change, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Room change

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is

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... a lot easier if Google Maps or TripAdvisor knew where anything was in Turkey.  Unfortunately we've come to realise that in Turkey (and particularly Kas) our best guess is all we have, so naturally our first attempt was an utter fail.  This is ...

SCUBA in Kas, Kas, Turkey travel blog

SCUBA in Kas

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is

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Author: Steven   In the early hours of the day as I lay wrapped in slumber a spider came a-crawling. It a-crawled over my supine form. Tickling me with the patter of tiny legs. As I awoke to this innocent caress, numb in the tendrils of dreams, I ...

Trekking Fail, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Trekking Fail

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is

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... , the real path was surrounded by lots of prickly plants and as we were wearing shorts we didn't fancy the idea of scratching up our legs any more than we had already.  So, we aborted the climb.  It is one of Steven's greatest regrets in ...

KAS, Kas, Turkey travel blog

KAS

A travel blog entry by superg

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... The weather was perfect.  We were out from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. in what was one of the highlights of Turkey thus far.  After a terrible overpriced dinner at a bad tourist restaurant, the kind I'm usually pretty good at sniffing ...

Kekova, Demre, & Olympos, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kekova, Demre, & Olympos

A travel blog entry by jportelance

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... ;getting really tired of hard boiled eggs, tomatoes, and cucumbers; where’s the BACON!?!?!? Sure-fire business plans for Turkey: -Central HVAC -Pillow top mattresses -McDonald’s -Self serve gas stations Loaded up to head East from Kas, ...

Amphithéâtre romain, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Amphithéâtre romain

A travel blog entry by sdelaquis

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Day 10: Canyoning Day!, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Day 10: Canyoning Day!

A travel blog entry by cmlefebvre

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... night. And again, didn't take any pictures of them...except this one of Eli and Adem. Tomorrow, for sure, it will be time to leave Kas. We've loved our time here, but if we are going to Bodrum for my birthday, we really need to get going to our next ...

Is It Heaven or Hell?, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Is It Heaven or Hell?

A travel blog entry by kazanddamo

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... Aussie couple and went out for some lovely Spanish tapas (a little tired of kebabs by then). We looked into diving here but due to the cost and our last Turkey diving experience didn't think it was worth it so our days were spent baking and ...

Okay, thıs ıs holıday weather!!!, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Okay, thıs ıs holıday weather!!!

A travel blog entry by turkey2-10

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... ıde, over an ıncredıble wındy,twısty road.  You can tell they never get snow here.  Kas - pronouced - Cash - ıs a quaınt lıttle seasıde town.  Looks lıke somethıng out of a movıe! ...

Kekova, Ucagiz (Kekova), Turkey travel blog

Kekova

A travel blog entry by alidatravis

Travis heads to Kekova for a sea kayaking day ...

Impressionen aus dem Aga Motel, Kas Türkei, Turkey travel blog

Impressionen aus dem Aga Motel

A travel blog entry by haseundfuchs

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Zum Schluß noch ein paar Impressionen aus unserem niedlich-rustikalen Aga Motel....und und vom KasMarin nebenan, mit der weltbesten Sonnenterasse. Die schönsten Sonnenauf- und untergänge am Wasser, morgens Yoga und Baden oder einfach auf der Terasse ...

Turquoise Coast, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Turquoise Coast

A travel blog entry by hanush

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... and walk through that crumbled gate, or touch that greek inscription chiseled into that toppled column (pure fantasy I know).   After Kas (on my birthday) I backtracked a little to go to Olympos, to see the eternal flame, or Chimaera. Deposits of gas ...

mediterranean shape-shift, Kas, Turkey travel blog

mediterranean shape-shift

A travel blog entry by o_thou_bandit

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... black ocean and the busy grid of lights down below, I learned from an e mail that Beth was heading back en route to Turkey. Some unfortunate business at her volunteer workcamp in Montenegro led her to a wild detour up to Belgrade, and then back through ...

The Turkish Riviera, Kas, Turkey travel blog

The Turkish Riviera

A travel blog entry by tredders

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... is always telling us history, so the moral there is ...Not all blondes are dumb ! Finally around 1700 we got into KasKas is a small seaside village a bit touristy but nothing like the scale of Antalya.  It is mainly a fishing village but now ...

saılıng on the medıterranean, Kas, Turkey travel blog

saılıng on the medıterranean

A travel blog entry by joecool10

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... 'terranean ıs very beautıful - amazıng coastlıne, crystal clear waters, and ruıns and famous castles dot the coastlıne! for all you people thınkıng about europe, ı hıghly suggest vısıtıng turkey and joınıng a saılng boat for a few ...

The Land of Lıght, Kas, Turkey travel blog

The Land of Lıght

A travel blog entry by lizandgazwalker

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... on. It even has a pool and ıncludes yummy breakfast ın the upstaırs terrace that looks over the bay- magıc. Kas ıs a fıshıng vıllage that survıves on tourısm, everythıng pıcture postcard. We walk ...

Kas, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kas

A travel blog entry by erinontheroad

... ınkıng to a mınımum and possıbly avoıd doıng ıt alone ıf at all possıble. Turkey ıs a Muslım country and women don't typıcally drınk. I aım to be cautıous, but I also ...

Turkish Sail take 2, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Turkish Sail take 2

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88

This morning I got up early and had a really long shower knowing that I wouldn't be having one for the next 4 days whilst sailing along the Turkish coast again.  The 2 Canadians were on the same sail boat as me and we all jumped into the one ...

Re-charging in Kas, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Re-charging in Kas

A travel blog entry by dlake

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After a little over two weeks of aggressive sight seeing in Turkey, Kas was a scheduled week of taking it easy.  Our plan here was to catch up on laundry and school work and not see any ruins for a few days.  We picked the right spot to do it ...

Walking from Üçagiz to Aperlae - continuation -, Uçagiz - 60 mn from Finike, Turkey travel blog

Walking from Üçagiz to Aperlae - continuation -

A travel blog entry by geroll

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I have already described that walk in a 2008 message, but I had stopped at Ramazan's restaurant. Last year I have been a bit more courageous. I have stopped again at Ramazan's of course, but, before, I have walked until the ancien town of Aperlae. It is ...

Mediterranean Coast, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Mediterranean Coast

A travel blog entry by donmal76

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... the historical castle. The Greek Cathlics habituated the area around 4th century BC. In 1923 there was a population exchange in Turkey when it become independent. The government ruled that the Greek people be returned to Greece in exchange for the ...

Waren das die Stoßdämpfer?, Kas Türkei, Turkey travel blog

Waren das die Stoßdämpfer?

A travel blog entry by haseundfuchs

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... die Karosse!) überstehen der Roller und wir den ersten Ausflug durch eine ziemlich "ursprüngliche" Gegend kurz hinter Kas. Auf der Suche nach einer etwas abgelegeneren Bucht wird insbesondere die Wegstrecke zunehmend ursprünglich, sprich Schotterpiste ...

Christmas in Turkey & Honeycomb Lycian Tombs, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Christmas in Turkey & Honeycomb Lycian Tombs

A travel blog entry by brendakwilson

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I was a little sad to leave Cirali & Hotel Canada behind, but I knew Kas would not disappoint! We left shortly after breakfast, and after about an hour drive, we stopped in Demre (Kale) and the ruins of Myra (both were formerly Lycian and then Roman). ...

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