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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 ...
... I should go up the stairs. I proceed with original receipt in hand to find a sign Ozgul. Expecting to collect my dress, no it's the wrong Ozgul He pointed me to the direction again of the fishing shop. Ok what were they going to stitch my dress with? The guy from the fishing shop directed me to the correct Ozgul and a lovely lady served me and I was happy with repair and no charge.
Wonderful, just a little bit lost but I found my way back to camp by ...
... Hoo! Finally. The longjohns came off for the first time in weeks.
Kas also has Lycian ruins and tombs scattered around town. And there's also ANOTHER well-preserved amphitheater. To paraphrase George Bush the First - "I'm up to my ears in amphitheaters!" It's actually quite lovely.
We grabbed a bus to Fethiye, another harbor town on the coast. We are slowly making our way towards Istanbul and hitting all the sites we can see beforehand.
... and are seriously considering posting back some of our clothes as lugging so much about just isn’t practical and Graham is risking giving himself a hernia, as I type this he is investigating the cost of postage - will the £50 daily allowance cover it?
If you are still with us - sorry it’s a long post - there are so many other observations we want to share with you but conscious we might be boring the pants off you so ...
... I realized we were on high mountain roads with switchbacks and I probably didnt want to see where we were going anyway. Despite everyone thinking we were crazy for choosing Turkey, it's felt like one of the safest places we've ever traveled to. I haven't had a moment of feeling unsafe, which is saying a lot! People are friendly and helpful and the infrastructure and highways are in great condition, with roundabouts everywhere. The city parks are beautiful with ...