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There is a beautiful Amphitheatre next door to our hotel called Antiphellos. It was built of local limestone in the 1st century BCE, but was destroyed by an earthquake and rebuilt in the 2nd Century AD. It has 26 steps and faces the water. The only living things there today were two lovely billy goats basking in the sun. They were very curious!
We walked around the coast for a few kilometres past a ...
... attendant, who brings around free hot and cold drinks and cakes, and tells you when to get off! You have set seats and they give you luggage tags like on an airline. They have cafe and toilet stops about every 1-1.5 hours which means the trips are a bit slow, but you get to see lots of stunning scenery and hopefully have a bus driver who isn't too distracted! They all talk on their ...
... 8211; The Alibaba – we were immediately glad we’d decided to do this. That feeling hit again and again as we saw the inside of the boat, relaxed for the first time on deck, started gently swaying as we cruised down the coast, warm Mediterranean breeze in our faces. We continued to feel vindicated as we took our first dip in the turquoise water, tucked into our first scrumptious meal around the huge ...
... leave for Kas, a harbor town. Here the boat needs to dump garbage, refill water and fuel and replenish supplies. We have 1.5 hours to explore the town. I actually opted to stay on the boat and work on the blog entries. It was peaceful on the boat and I really didn't need to do any shopping or see another touristy harbor town. It's interesting that they back the boats into the mooring. Our captain, Murat is young ...
We wake before the sun peaks above the horizon, lingering in a half sleep state, gently rocked by the waves in the early pre dawn. That is until Ali arrived to raise the anchor. It's 4am and its time to set sail. With the rigging in place we set off for our next stop along the Turkish coastline, a small port town with a few ruins called Kas. Alex and I remain rolled up in our blankets as the ship makes its way along the rolling ...