Deniz Feneri Lighthouse
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
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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 ...
... cool right? Well we took about 3-4 hour detour, hiked for about 40 minutes, and well... it basically a bunch of little camp fires on the hill. Don't get me wrong, it is cool that the fires occur naturally, but we probably could've spared the time.
With our last night in the Turquoise Coast, we can't help but reflect on the all the wonderful sights (and not so wonderful smells). That being said, we're very excited for Cappadocia!
... of town and guard our bags in the trunk. For $10, we were all happy with the deal. There is no left-luggage facility here and we only needed 45 minutes to see the two sites. Skeptical me took a photo of his plates just in case, but theft is incredibly rare here.
We then caught a bus to Kas, just down the coast. I remembered as we walked from the otogar (bus station) that I HAD in fact stayed in this town before. We walked right by the hostel ...
... scam it but it works well enough for us and we now always write our own reviews) we soon discovered traditional local Turkish restaurants which were great value and served up great food, paying on average £15 for a meal for two. Particular delights included Pide (Turkish Pizza) and Meatballs Casserole….in fact I can’t get enough of these (A Lisa Meatball Tip: Mix two thirds mincemeat with one third sausagemeat with moistened ...
... on a clear night under a full moon, and it was quite surreal. As you get close you can hear the flames spitting and guttering, and see the yellow light dancing on the tree trunks. The actual area is a bare rockface about the size of a couple of tennis courts (presumably the vegetation was burnt away long ago) and about 20 seperate fires of various sizes burn.
Walking back to my lodge around midnight, I took a detour through the ruins of Olympos itself, ...