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Arrived at Kas late in the night so nearly slept in the following morning but I was up bright and early to get ready for our sunken city cruise. Our guide came and picked us up from our hotel ( great hotel, by the way) and drove us to a small village called Ucagiz, were we boarded our boat with two other tourists and set sail. Our first stop was a …
... which was great so we could enjoy the pool and this amazing resort like hotel. The boys went to a traditional barber and had a bit of pampering while us girls watched, it really is a mans world here.
After another feast of barbecued whole brim and delicious baklava too tempting to refuse we had an early night.
Thursday we headed off to explore the old ghost town by foot followed by an 8km walk, which is part of a 570km ...
... the cultural landscape which dominates the area.
... to celebrate baptismal ceremonies and prayers. Excavations found the foundations of a dwelling as the nun had described. Our Lady was protected by John the disciple and evangelist who lived in Turkey wrote Revelation in the island of Patmos, near this area and is buried in Ephesus, so it is very possible that Our Lady lived here with John.
... it was actually where we were headed. The white calcium travertines looked awesome from afar and even better from close up.
We walked to the park under the terraces and sat for a while watching the ducks and geese and chicks.
Kayla now felt like strawberries but of course none were to be found. After being told a couple of times "yes, down there 200m" we finally found someone who said "no fruit shop in town".
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