Aqua Princess Hotel
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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 ...
... pics. When we arrived in Kas, we booked a room at Hotel Eleni, which I kid you not, WAS THE WORST EXPERIENCE EVER. First of all, not only do we get some absurdly small room, but the rank, moldy smell that greeted us was enough to take down and elephant. Our porter seemed to be nose-blind, but he suggested we just open the window, which helped clear the smell somewhat. We then tried to use the towels to go take a shower and discovered they ...
... of $35 to $75 for a double, depending on how luxurious we want to feel. As I write this 3 days later, I'm in a 4 star hotel with a view of the yachts and harbor in an upgraded room. They have a free sauna and the cost is $75/night with a breakfast so massive, we only need to pay for one other meal a day.
So, you can't go home again! I need to stop thinking that the costs should be the same as 14 years ago. The quality of life here ...
... Mosque - in fact our bathroom looked directly out onto the Mosque’s towers, we could almost touch it. Now personally I’m a fan of the Muslim call to prayer - I find the chant soothing and calming but Graham, well that’s a different matter, he’s not a worshiper and suffice to say, Graham took up his own special chant each time the call to prayer landed and which were extremely regular - 4 or 5 times daily kicking off ...
My next Turkish destination was the enticingly-named Turquoise Coast, in the southwest of the country, running between the Mediterranean resort towns of Antalya in the east, and Fethiye in the west. I was here for one thing, to hike (part of) the famous Lycian Way, a 500km track following ancient Lycian roads and trading routes through the hills above the sea. Mother nature had other plans however.
Winter had arrived, and it was more serious than ...