Travel Blogs from Kas, Turkey

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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 ...

Kas 4th and 5th, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kas 4th and 5th

A travel blog entry by dial

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... have the money to do anything about them and they usually only cost about $2.50 a head to get into them. By the way petrol in Turkey is $2.18 per litre. When we arrived at Ucagiz we were stopped by a young bloke who asked what we were doing there we told ...

Windy and wet at Kekova, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Windy and wet at Kekova

A travel blog entry by leone_and_mike

... wandered around Simena castle, so high up, fantastic views. Back to boat, no more stops cause of rain, the drove back to Kas. Showered and changed then walked down to street where the bus station is, stopped to buy scarves/towels, went to local ...

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). ...

Kas, Kekova and Kilims, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kas, Kekova and Kilims

A travel blog entry by tartanbeat

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... door had a guy basically challenging us to find better than his for 50lira as was his price – didn’t find him again!!! Kas is a pretty harbour town hemmed in against the sea by the huge Ak Daglar Mountains. It is albeit stretching ...

Green Market Village, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Green Market Village

A travel blog entry by rrensman

When it ever gets to buying a property in this area, then Kas is definitely favourite. The town has natural limits to growth thanks to steep mountain ridges and densely growth of pine and olive trees. We hooked up with the Korkmaz family, part-time carpet ...

Turquoise Coast - Kas, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Turquoise Coast - Kas

A travel blog entry by divansanten

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      Thu 27th: We stayed two nights in Kas (more pics) The first afternoon we walked along the 'beach' with no sand and just ramps to jump into the deep sea - not a good idea with strong gusty winds that would blow you against the ...

Kas (money), Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kas (money)

A travel blog entry by reemaandrohan

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... we guess it all worked out, but we definitely do not recommend anyone stay at Hotel Eleni under any circumstance.  Kas, unlike Oludeniz, was absolutely amazing. The town is much more relaxed and refined, unlike the tourist-filled Oludeniz, with some ...

The Turkish Gullet - Oasis 2, Kas, Turkey travel blog

The Turkish Gullet - Oasis 2

A travel blog entry by dansam2012

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A weeks sailing in Turkey from Fethyie to Kas and return - 21st - 28th July 2012. We gathered around the V-GO travel agency where we met with our group and then made our way to the boat. We got the run down of whats going on for the week and then rules ...

Kas via Fethiye and a gulet to Demre, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Kas via Fethiye and a gulet to Demre

A travel blog entry by phh

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... boat journey ends near Demre (that's were you'll find a chapel with Santa Claus statue). Take a local bus heading back to Kas (30 minutes) - a real highlight. Small, quaint, relaxing, good food, a little night life, boat excursions to the sunken ...

Apr 27, 2008, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Apr 27, 2008

A travel blog entry by tjphilippe

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kas, kas, Turkey travel blog

kas

A travel blog entry by kbod2004

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hi again today we are ın kas after a am hıke up a steep slope to walk on the patera aqueduct buılt about 100ad by the romans carrıed water 22 km from the mountains above kalcan to the town of patera. 2% grade and about a 10 inch cotta terra pıpe. ...

A Birthday Timeout, Kas, Turkey travel blog

A Birthday Timeout

A travel blog entry by cmlefebvre

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I'm just going to take a little Birthday timeout from my blog (which is now 8 days behind schedule...I'm really not very good at this sort of thing). I just spent the last hour reading, and re-reading, the beautiful book of birthday well-wishes and ...

A Quick Stop in Cool Kas - Then Onward to Fethiye, Kas, Turkey travel blog

A Quick Stop in Cool Kas - Then Onward to Fethiye

A travel blog entry by mr-mrs_pickles

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We moved along the coast to Kas, a mellow and relaxing town.  It is not known for it's beaches - which we did not really even find - except for a little patch of rocky ground between a couple of restaurants.  The town was a cool place to visit ...

Okay; I love thıs place, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Okay; I love thıs place

A travel blog entry by turkey2-10

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If we were goıng to retıre ın Turkey, thıs mıght be where you would fınd us.  Thıs small lovely town ıs just what you ımagıne lıfe on the Medıterranean should be.  The pace ıs ...

At last the coast!, Kas, Turkey travel blog

At last the coast!

A travel blog entry by kiwijays

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... who come out of their hotel, swim, go back to the hotel and swim some more, oh and drink lots! There are hotels in Turkey that have signs at the entrance stating that Russians are not welcome (they drink lots, get drunk, make lots of noise and it upsets ...

Fast 100km auf dem Möhrchen, Kas Türkei, Turkey travel blog

Fast 100km auf dem Möhrchen

A travel blog entry by haseundfuchs

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... , aber besonders an vielen Felsformationen und Steilküste vorbei. Erster Stop ist das Örtchen Kalkan: etwas kleiner als Kas, auch recht touristisch. Wir machen es uns für 2 Stunden in einer Kissensitzecke in einem Hafenrestaurant gemütlich. Weiter ...

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 ...

Mediterranean Blue Cruise Olympos-Fethiye - Part 1, Kas, Turkey travel blog

Mediterranean Blue Cruise Olympos-Fethiye - Part 1

A travel blog entry by forksontheroad

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Natasha here.   More magic. I'm already planning future trips to Turkey in my head, imagining bringing back friends and family.  We saw a real estate poster for a villa in Kas, 1200 euro/week for 8 people, with a pool and a gorgeous view of the ...

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 ...

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