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... tombs. And scattered throughout town are several tombs. They're huge and look like large coffins or sarcophogi on top of square cut rocks. Many of them are carved to look like they're supported by wood beams, but they're all rock-cut. Most are from the 3rd to 4th century BCE. There's even one in the middle of an intersection in town. They just made it a mini roundabout.
For us, Fethiye was all about chilling out. It's been 4 ...
... still sick but he said he didn't want to miss the beach. We drug him up and went to the beach. The drive to the beach was really short. After two minutes in the car we passed by some ruins (that I had to skip because of Noah) and another two minutes later we were at the beach. Patara is very well known for his 20 km of golden sandy beach. I didn't think it was golden but the sand was very ...
... Turkey taught me many things about life, basking in the glory of the sun for a month seemed like the perfect summer to me. I travelled to Turkey with 3 of my best friends at the time, throughout the holiday, there was many arguments between us all and many bad experiences but being on holiday, in the sun and away from everyday life ...
... Revelation chapter 3. Today's bonus blog question is tricky...how many times did Paul visit his beloved church in Colossae? And for the 3.6 people reading along, no one has yet attempted to name the clashing rocks in the story of Jason and the Argonauts, nor has anyone conclusively identified the animal able to travel exactly 40 kilometers in the searing heat of the Anatolian summer. Points are on the table ready to be taken! Respond away, and love from west central ...
... Kas. Great birthday present for me!
Our final day was a bit confusing. Initially we were thinking of going up the mountain to a tiny town called Çekerbağ to have lunch, then go back to town and walk a little of the Lycian Trail. The town was a smaller than we thought it would be and we really couldn't find a place to eat, but we did find the Trail from Çekerbağ back to Kas. Most relaxing day of all. We saw no one but each other. ...