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We left Kayakoy this morning (July 31) and we were meant to travel to Kas, about a 4 hour journey, to catch our boat for our two day cruise. Somehow our boat was out of commission so we travelled a further 30 minutes to Kekova and boarded a boat there.
The area of coast we are in is known as the Turkish Mediterranean and it is a bit of ...
... br> Another gem along the way was the little harbour village of Kale. The ancient Simena Castle stands guard above the quaint stone village. Getting around the village is best left to tourists or mountain goats. The streets are rocky and very steep. There were numerous stalls selling mainly locally produced clothing (flimsy dresses, trousers and beads). The little girls learn early and try to get a sale by speaking in English ...
... the dog cringes, whines and rubs his ears when it plays. The recording reverberates through the valley, as it should, but we do think back fondly to the church bells we had in other places – yes even when the ‘appie’ bell ringers were practising.
So despite my anxiety that we would be very ‘flat’ after the family time and in very crowded, hot places for a few weeks we are doing just fine for now even if we are “lost” without internet and ...
... water. That wasn't going to be fun for any of us so we changed plans and went to see the "Lycian tombs" Now, the tombs are in the mountains and there was some climbing to do. We asked around and a guy showed us some stairs to get there. I think we climbed like one hundred stairs and I was mentally getting ready to climb some more when they were there just a few meters from us. So we did a little more of climbing (this time stones and dirt) and we arrived to one ...
... It was a late night after a long day. The following day we opted for some sea canoes to discover the coast. Once again in classic turkish lack of any sort of leadership/organization it wasn't till we were right out of the bay we realized who the 'guide' was and that was only due to an American who managed to topple over and needed help. I still fail to see how he managed it. The ocean was so still and there were no waves?! That evening we went on another 'tour' and this one ...