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Travel Blogs from Kas
... picking up another 8 passengers the next day and hopefully they would be closer to my age.
And so I spent the next four days reading, eating, napping, talking politics and jumping into the freezing cold Agean sea. It was really relaxing. I worked on my tan during the days and slept on the deck under the stars at night which was really beautiful and a little cold.
The other passengers were really lovely and the ...
... the boat we could see him getting away!
As we cruised along we came to an area where a city had sunk into the sea. This happened during an earthquake in the area during ancient times. You could see on the hillside the remnants of walls and stairs.
The day ended with an hour stopover on the island with the castle called Kaleköy Anya and I have seen a lot of ruins so we chose to walk around the village and see how the people lived. ...
... see boys crossing the road with their tray.
So to the boat trip. It was a smallish boat with nearly 20 people in the end - nice and small. We left at 10am and got back at 6pm. The aim was to see the remains of the underwater city at Kekova-Simena, visit Kalekoy and the castle ruins of Simena, swim and have lunch. Sounded good, and ...
... times. I cannot imagine how terrified those poor people were when the world was coming to an end!
7. Visit pirate cove (yes, pirates used to live in this large cave - the pictures don't do this cave justice. It's huge inside - our boat took us inside the cave!
8. last swim in cove near ruins of Ottoman watchtower. Here, there were underwater freshwater springs that provided swirls of ice cold water!!
9. visit ...
... the parking lot and the surrounding roads we counted no less than 50 tourist buses. Saw a camel at the bottom of the hill.
The drive to Kas is supposed to take 4 hours according to the GPS and the guide book…I did it in 2. Really I’m kinda ****** at the guide book, they talk about the roads and how the signage is bad and they may be dangerous. We’ve had absolutely no need for our GPS, infact it’s a good thing because the goofy thing won’t stay ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool