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... some camping grounds, 'Free beaches', and an older Turkish man polishing his Honda Gold Wing? He and David had a chat about bikes!
Kas is a lovely seaside town - only about 7,000 inhabitants. It's very quiet at the moment. About four couples staying at our hotel. The temperature is about 19 degrees and sunny. Just right!
In December and January it is around 40 degrees and over-run with ...
... attendant, who brings around free hot and cold drinks and cakes, and tells you when to get off! You have set seats and they give you luggage tags like on an airline. They have cafe and toilet stops about every 1-1.5 hours which means the trips are a bit slow, but you get to see lots of stunning scenery and hopefully have a bus driver who isn't too distracted! They all talk on their ...
... names from the hat and describe them (without saying the name of the celeb or any derivitive of it) while his/her team members guess them. Once the 30 seconds are up the next team has a go. All correctly guessed names are kept and not put back into the hat. This is repeated until all the names have been guessed correctly and the teams add up how many they got right.
For Round Two the names are returned to the hat and this time each person can ...
... Wife, Mother, Sister…. imagine how guilty you would feel when you got home and Dad said "Have you seen your Mum lately?". Phaselis was a thriving city until the 12th century and was then superceded by the rise of Antalya, where we are heading too. It is a beautiful place, ruins, a beach, trees and for us a place to dip our toes in the warm Med Sea for the first time, Bliss!
As it's been a big ...
... the side of a cliff, under some trees, eating grilled meat and Greek salad, although here it must have some other name. This is a nice town for wandering. We walked through the town square and got some baklava treats at a dessert shop.
(S) The interesting interactions with local wildlife continue at this campground. After a long, hot, but magical day at Kaputas Beach, I needed ...