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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 ...
... We hope the pictures help do it more justice, but honestly, it was beautiful and one of the more unique experiences. Afterwards, we headed back to Antalya, stopping at Patara beach (which we wished we went to before because it was the only non-rocky beach we've seen) and Olympos. Olympos is known for naturally occurring fires. Basically, there is some mixture of methane and other gasses that somehow combust naturally to create this ...
... see. There is also a Roman amphitheater here. Yawn, another one????
St. Nicolas is the patron saint of Russia, so loads of Russians stop here for a photo in front of a statue donated by a Russian artist and the Russian Government. In 2005, the mayor in Myra replaced it with a plastic statue of Santa Claus and the Russians were not amused. It was removed and the original was replaced.
We hired a taxi to take us to the ruins on ...
... tourists may not judging by the fact that often we didn’t see another soul.
As our room did not have any cooking facilities we had no choice but to eat out every night - shame - which initially gave Graham budget palpitations - remember, we’re on a strict budget of £50 per day for the two of us for everything excluding accommodation. After nifty research, mainly through Trip Advisor (know there is a school of thought that ...
... and walk through that crumbled gate, or touch that greek inscription chiseled into that toppled column (pure fantasy I know).
After Kas (on my birthday) I backtracked a little to go to Olympos, to see the eternal flame, or Chimaera. Deposits of gas (exact composition difficult to discern, because it spontaneously combusts on contact with air) burst into flame from cracks in the rocks.
I made the 7 km trek along the beach and up through a ...