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Thu 27th: We stayed two nights in Kas (more pics) The first afternoon we walked along the 'beach' with no sand and just ramps to jump into the deep sea - not a good idea with strong gusty winds ...
Whew. After a pretty intense couple of weeks in Selcuk and Fethiye (and a few more intense days coming up starting tomorrow), it was nice to have a bit of a respite in Kas, which I would describe as basically the world's most perfect place to relax and finally finish getting over that virus you've been battling for several days now. It's a pretty small town (pop. about 7,000), and it's very "touristy", but in a really good way. As in it's not overrun with ...
More magic. I'm already planning future trips to Turkey in my head, imagining bringing back friends and family. We saw a real estate poster for a villa in Kas, 1200 euro/week for 8 people, with a pool and a gorgeous view of the town and harbor – sign me up. You can see Greece (islands) from your back yard.
We were already excited on the bus on the way there, and the minute we saw ...
... before we got on board which went into the cooler.
We left port in the early afternoon and stopped for a short time for our on board lunch and then headed along the coast for our overnight mooring spot just off St. Nicholas Island. Although not likely to be related to the saint, it did have some interesting 5th and 7th century church ruins which we climbed to before dinner.
The next day, Day 7, but we are ...
... into the sky the temperature climbs in unison. We explore town at a relaxed pace, stoping often to enjoy the views over the harbour and Mediterranean Sea; ships sailing in and out of the harbour and a few paragliders catching thermals and climbing high into the sky. A salty cool breeze along the waters edge provides us a reprieve from the southern heat. After a few hours in town we make our way back to our boat an meet up with ...