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... see. There is also a Roman amphitheater here. Yawn, another one????
St. Nicolas is the patron saint of Russia, so loads of Russians stop here for a photo in front of a statue donated by a Russian artist and the Russian Government. In 2005, the mayor in Myra replaced it with a plastic statue of Santa Claus and the Russians were not amused. It was removed and the original was replaced.
We hired a taxi to take us to the ruins on ...
There is a beautiful Amphitheatre next door to our hotel called Antiphellos. It was built of local limestone in the 1st century BCE, but was destroyed by an earthquake and rebuilt in the 2nd Century AD. It has 26 steps and faces the water. The only living things there today were two lovely billy goats basking in the sun. They were very curious!
We walked around the coast for a few kilometres past a ...
... while driving!!
Today we had a mini bus that crawled along for about the first ten Kms, tooting the horn all the time at prospective passengers and picking up people. We finally got up to over 40 kph!
We went through some stunning heavily treed mountains, through fertile green valleys to the coast, past kilometre after kilometre of plastic tunnelled green houses ...
... dawn. We’ve never experienced such a regular call to prayer in the various Muslim countries visited previously and do wonder if this part of Turkey is especially religious. Careful timing of our afternoon siesta was required.
Back to Kekova Hotel - a 2 star little gem which grew on us as the week progressed. Yes, room itself was basic and the hotel had no amenities such as the luxury of a swimming pool (which in daily temperatures of ...
... 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, ...