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... area. Beautiful beaches, and clear blue water.
There'snot much to say about these two days because all we did was motor from one beautiful spot to another, swimming, snorkling, sunbathing and eating the fantastic meals the crew cooked up. It was all very relaxing but we did visit some old Roman ruins on an island and we did get excited about the ...
How did I almost not go to Kas, a sweet little vacation town of cobblestone streets, bougainvillia-covered boutiques and restaurants, multiple outdoor music bars, jeweled Mediterranean waters. This is where Turks go to relax. Peri messaged me that she and her friends would be going to Kas for the end-of-Ramadan vacation and invited me to come along. Heck yes! I booked it out of Antalya, taking the clean, clean metro to the bus station, where there was a Kas bus ...
... As we sipped red wine out of huge heavy fish bowl glasses and as we watched a family in a small row boat pull alongside us to see if we wanted to buy their handmade jewelery, we fell deeper in love with the charm of the experience. The first stop was in the smallest of towns built onto the rocky hillside climbing out of the water. Perched at the top of the hill is an old castle straight out of a medieval fairytale, ...
... we were on our bikes again for the last ride to Finike. Other than Christine's spectacular ending to the bike portion of our trip it has been an enjoyable ride.
Our afternoon transfer took us to Olympus and our hotel. This town feels like a throwback to the 1960's and Hornby Island. After dinner we headed up to the Chimaera site where the lit methane natural gas burns brightly at night. It is quite a trek up the mountain ...
... and chatting, we sat out the rough sea in comfort. We enjoyed some early evening tea and discussed photography with a Spanish/French couple on board. Another fantastic dinner of barbecued chicken, wine and lots of talk took us into the night. Full from an amazing dinner, lightly intoxicated from the alcohol, we retreated to our cabin. With another 4am start into the choppy seas, sleeping top deck did not seem like a viable option that ...