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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 ...
... encrusted on the slopes as it runs over them.
Popular tourist attraction and no shoes allowed on the slopes. A bit tough on our soft feet.
Above the cliffs are the ruins of Hierapolis with temples, baths and a beautifully restored amphitheatre. Entry fee £5 for the park and argeological site. There is an ancient Roman bath where one can swim or you can cool off in the terraced pools. A good 5 hours spent and fortunately overcast and not too ...
... us which canny Graham booked for a knock down price of £115 for the week…..now that’s Asda Price boom boom!
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... we want to move. Spent Wednesday taking a bus about 45 minutes back the direction we came to spend the day at the longest beach, Patara, about 18 kilometers, on Turkeys coast. The beach, soft sand with huge sand dunes as a backdrop, was empty but for one lonely bar and a few chairs. We again had the place to ourselves, seeing less than ten people all day on this beach. Apparently some sections are closed due to the leatherback and loggerhead turtle nesting sights ...
... Beach and Big Pebble Beach. Tracy and I both figured this referred to the size of pebbles, which is so so stupid in retrospect, but you can see how we'd be confused why anyone would ever want to go to a beach with big pebbles, when another nearby beach was available with littlepebbles.
Alas, the beaches themselves are big vs small. The pebbles are apparently quite similar. I say "apparently" because ...