Travel Blogs from Kas, Turkey

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saılıng on the medıterranean, Kas, Turkey travel blog

saılıng on the medıterranean

A travel blog entry by joecool10

wıll be goıng on a saılıng cruıse along the turkısh coastlıne. settıng saıl from fetıyhe and wıll be gone for 4d3n. lıvıng on the boat wıll be dıfferent - wonder how long ıt wıll take for me to get my sea ...

Swim, read, water, repeat., Kas, Turkey travel blog

Swim, read, water, repeat.

A travel blog entry by sandgroper

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... a fellow Aussie to the restaurant that I had loved so much at the start of the week (much to the owners delight who gave us a free desert - baklava with icecream), and we had some awesome dinner. A great way to spend my last night in Turkey. ...

Kas, Turkey, Kaş, Turkey travel blog

Kas, Turkey

A travel blog entry by simplifie1

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Kas, Turkey Had to leave our beautiful place in Bodrum to continue making our way along the southwest coast of Turkey. Bus travel is easy and inexpensive. The tour buses are all equipped with private monitors on the seat in front of you, and options for ...

Day 9: Crack of noon, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Day 9: Crack of noon

A travel blog entry by cmlefebvre

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... , but was just back for a five day visit) along with Koray, Arzum, and Hussein - all from parts of Turkey, but living in Kas now.  We end up spending the evening with them, going out for dinner and then out for a drink at ...

tourists in Kas, Kas, Turkey travel blog

tourists in Kas

A travel blog entry by renzo59

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lots of tourists in Kas but the village is nice and ...

Kayaking the ruins, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kayaking the ruins

A travel blog entry by dzamore

... tombs and stole the contents. What I think is really cool though, is that all throughout the ruins I have explored here in Turkey, generally speaking, visitors are allowed to roam throughout, touch, take photos and really be a part of the ruins. I can't ...

Day 8: Kayaking in Kekova, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Day 8: Kayaking in Kekova

A travel blog entry by cmlefebvre

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... we walked around town, considered crashing a Turkish wedding (it looked fun!) and then listened to live Turkish music that night. In Kas, everything seemed to slow down. We just enjoyed being in that town so much...it was the perfect size (around 3000 ...

My Adventure holiday...., Kas, Turkey travel blog

My Adventure holiday....

A travel blog entry by katescarrott

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... passengers in a weeks time, all pink and happy after a week abroad with full board! Flew into Dalaman in South West Turkey, met other Exodus travellers, watched my package friends struggle to head off to their cruise ship and full board hotels in ...

Jun 15, 2014, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Jun 15, 2014

A travel blog entry by saija

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Four days of rest & recuperation, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Four days of rest & recuperation

A travel blog entry by nonnaclaire

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Arrived at this lovely village after overnight bus Goreme to Antalya, a coffee, another 3 hours bus to Kas. Met at bus..... Yeah as all uphill to pension. Shaun & Cath have spent time here. Lovely room, with ensuite and the usual bidet.... Could ...

Tussen Antalya en Fethiye: de Lycische kust, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Tussen Antalya en Fethiye: de Lycische kust

A travel blog entry by matini

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We zijn beland in het land van de Lyciërs (9de.-6de. eeuw v C), met zijn typische graftomben en door aardbevingen verzonken steden zoals Kekova. Tussen Fethiye en Antalya loopt een bekende en zeer aantrekkelijke wandelweg  -Lykia Yolü- langsheen ...

Soaking up that Mediterranean Sun & Sea, Kas & Kekova, Turkey travel blog

Soaking up that Mediterranean Sun & Sea

A travel blog entry by tredders

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Beautiful day today.  A little sleep in then off on the bus for about 30 minutes to the small town of Kekova where we boarded a boat for a day of floating around and swimming.  I was actually dreading it but I started taking my travel sick ...

love the Mediterranean, Kas, Turkey travel blog

love the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by rtwma

... in the water. It was heavenly. We stayed at a wonderful guesthouse that had an amazing terrace on the top. The food in turkey continues to amaze our taste buds and we had a wonderful dinner full of dips, dolmas, and fresh fish. Next stop: ...

LIFE ON EASY STREET IN KAS, Kas, Turkey travel blog

LIFE ON EASY STREET IN KAS

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

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... . Lyn asked about my foot and I thanked Ms Nightingale for her concern. Except for the occasional forest, what parts of Turkey that are not under cultivation are seemingly under road construction. First camper vans/trailers seen in this country [likely ...

Kas a lovely place to rest, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kas a lovely place to rest

A travel blog entry by big8little

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... . Surprisingly, Kas has a mix of both German and British tourists as we learned later on that the two cultures do not holiday in Turkey in the same towns.  More on that later in Fethiye.  What I liked about it was that we were there before ...

Sea kayaking over Kekova, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Sea kayaking over Kekova

A travel blog entry by erinontheroad

... the eastern part of the country. People tell me that ıt really ıs a dıfferent world, that the men ın eastern turkey won't speak to a whıte woman; a couple I met yesterday told me that when they were together men would speak to ...

Notre hôtel, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Notre hôtel

A travel blog entry by sdelaquis

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Simena and the Kekova archipelago, Uçagiz - 60 Mn From Finike, Turkey travel blog

Simena and the Kekova archipelago

A travel blog entry by geroll

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... more photos: http://www.orangeraie-de-finike.com/pdf/orangeraie_kekova_en.pdf The Kekova archipelago is one of the most beautiful places in Turkey. If you go to Lycia, you cannot by-pass this tour. Simena, also called "Kale koy",  is a small ...

iceburg straight ahead, Kas, Turkey travel blog

iceburg straight ahead

A travel blog entry by chantelle.prime

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... we were only there for 2 nights because it didn't feel like we were in Turkey. It just felt like we were in Mexico or something. It was nice to know that we still had another week left to explore Turkey to see and taste the real culture. Cheerio Mates ...

Pammukale, Heiropolis, Kaputas,  & Kas, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Pammukale, Heiropolis, Kaputas, & Kas

A travel blog entry by jportelance

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... that Heather and I frequent. Cats are nasty, filthy creatures. -The words "meat" and “lamb” are 100% interchangeable in Turkey. If you order something in Turkey “with meat” or “meat doner” or “meat pide” ...

Intrepidness, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Intrepidness

A travel blog entry by nicki_gramlich

This was "into the unknown" time for me. All I really thought of Turkey up to this point were water pipes, spice markets, mosques, and an unusual smell perhaps. All true, but much much more. Thank God! I arrived in Istanbul at 7 pm on Nov.12. Thank The ...

Travel to Kas, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Travel to Kas

A travel blog entry by alidatravis

4.5 hour bus trip to ...

Wedding bells and serenity, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Wedding bells and serenity

A travel blog entry by boothy58

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... leave – I know this sounds like a cracked record again…… I feel I wasn’t quite finished with Turkey though – such a diverse and genuine culture of people, and genuinely friendly and fiercely proud of their country, indeed in ...

Cruise, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Cruise

A travel blog entry by dumic

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Poseidon, look at meee!, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Poseidon, look at meee!

A travel blog entry by abulia

... than expected. It's warm, but extremely windy! And I have a cold. All stuffed up and an irritated throat, but not too bad. Kas is a beautiful place, and looking at property prices... still cheaper than a house in Edmonton, for a 5 bedroom villa on the ...

Port, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Port

A travel blog entry by sdelaquis

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Rue menant a l'hôtel, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Rue menant a l'hôtel

A travel blog entry by sdelaquis

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Kas, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kas

A travel blog entry by opacheco

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... . With the rigging in place we set off for our next stop along the Turkish coastline, a small port town with a few ruins called Kas. Alex and I remain rolled up in our blankets as the ship makes its way along the rolling sea, enjoying the sunrise. Before ...

Lots'o travel, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Lots'o travel

A travel blog entry by dzamore

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... sigh of relief. Then, since we spent 4 hours overheating, We needed to get in some water. The hotel owner, Marie, explained that Kas doesn't have real beaches, it's rocky and the water's edge comes up to the land- which is rock - like small cliffs. What ...

Half Way, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Half Way

A travel blog entry by riverrunner

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... way point in trip and not sick from the street food & no encounters with Ali-Baba and his 40 thieves yet. Arrived in Kas this afternoon and time to do laundry, emails, ect. Tomorrow we have a day cruise out to some islands for swimming and ...

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