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Have moved to the coastline we are seeing a very different Turkey a lot more tour groups with huge crowds everywhere. Enjoying the coastal towns Kas is a great little place where I could spent more time. Spending the day on a boat is so relaxing. less than a week left in Turkey then heading to Paris. Have enjoyed seeing different parts of this great country. Can't wait to come back one ...
... tourist-filled Oludeniz, with some really amazing shops, restaurants, and just a younger atmosphere. We both agreed that if we come back to the Turquoise coast, we would definitely want to spend more time in Kas.
The next morning, we hired a guy to take us around the area in his boat, which was AWESOME! We spent the whole day, like bosses, hanging, drinking and swimming in the ocean. Best of all, his wife came with us and cooked us ...
... is much cheaper. AND, this is important - the beaches here in Turkey are "pebbly." It's not soft sand and if I'm gonna pay to be on a beach, I want that super fine sand. They just don't have it here.
Between Antalya and Kas lies a small town called Myra. It's famous for two reasons. 1) There are beautiful tombs from the Lycian (LEEK ee un) civilization carved into sheer mountain walls, and 2) It's the home of Santa Claus. OK, it's actually ...
... phew,) would have been most welcome) and nor did it have a garden, hot water was hit and miss as was the wi-fi. But what it lacked it made up for in the warmth and hospitality of the owner and his small team of staff, just five in total, a mere five minutes walk from the centre, a hop across from the bus station (and mosque!) and surrounded by the most breathtaking panoramic views across the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains including ...
The sections of the Lycian Way which I planned to walk required me to camp for a few nights. No worries if the weather was warm, I planned to pick up some basic supplies and just fly-camp on the trail. However with a strong northerly blowing, and snow, sleeping in the hills was not attractive. I elected to remain in the towns, and just do day-trips instead. An American guy I met in Kas, Shaun, came along for a walk too.
The trail is studded ...