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... be vastly improved since my last time on the Turquoise Coast in 2000, and the prices we're paying reflect that. That's a good thing. But for a budget minded tourist, I wouldn't necessarily recommend Turkey, unless you're a Culture Vulture who likes ruins, Roman History, and Greek History. In that case, this is an amazing part of the world that is still much cheaper than Rome or Italy. If you want fun in the sun, stick to the Caribbean, ...
... some camping grounds, 'Free beaches', and an older Turkish man polishing his Honda Gold Wing? He and David had a chat about bikes!
Kas is a lovely seaside town - only about 7,000 inhabitants. It's very quiet at the moment. About four couples staying at our hotel. The temperature is about 19 degrees and sunny. Just right!
In December and January it is around 40 degrees and over-run with ...
... tomatoes, and then up into more mountains with some snow lying on the roadside before descending again to the coast and the town of Kas which is a big tourist town in summer.
The mountains are so rocky. The roads were good, but if you looked across at them you could see how they were cut into the hillside with huge drops below, littered with boulders!
... travellers - always going to be a challenging transition and Hotel Kekova is a 2 star rated hotel so think Basic, Value Range, Essentials…... It’s true to say that our first impressions that night could be summed up with ‘you get what you pay for’ and ‘be careful what you wish for’ or indeed ask for. Yes, we had got a top floor room but we didn’t have a balcony and our room was the only one on this ...
The sections of the Lycian Way which I planned to walk required me to camp for a few nights. No worries if the weather was warm, I planned to pick up some basic supplies and just fly-camp on the trail. However with a strong northerly blowing, and snow, sleeping in the hills was not attractive. I elected to remain in the towns, and just do day-trips instead. An American guy I met in Kas, Shaun, came along for a walk too.
The trail is studded ...