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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 ...
... all sorts of other things. Most guidebooks claim that it has 4000 shops. Because of consolidation and replacement of shops by restaurants and other services the number is certainly lower, but you get the idea: it has lots of shops. Not all of them, by the way, are for tourists; locals shop here as well, lending a welcome dose of authenticity. We have no luck when it comes to the Bazaar. Today is an ...
... We climbed a little bit more to see another one bigger than the last one. I tried to climb up to see the other ones but it was very difficult for me to get there plus it was night already and many bats were flying over us (We got a bit scared of them) so we went down and rest for the day. The next morning we took the boat cruise to see kekova islands. The ocean was a bit wavy and the boat was moving a lot. I didn't think that was going to help me a ...
... jumping on a minibus after dinner at 9pm and being driven to the next valley where the old boy issued us each with a security torch and pointed to the sign that read 'chimera, 1km' and an arrow. So that was the extent of the guidance! The Chimera is a space in the mountain where natural, volcanic gasses are beneath the surface, and when they seep out the ground the ignite. Allowing there to be flames all time of day and night! Quite impressive and rather strange. Legend has it that ...