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Travel Blogs from Kas
... I visited a few different ones. It was nice to just lay and relax and work on getting some excellent tan lines!
The main reason that I wanted to go to Kas was for the Scuba diving. I did a bit of research and talked to people, and apparently Kas has some of the best diving in Turkey. It is also not a town full of young British people partying which is a plus. I arrived in the town and decided to stay at the first play that came and offered me ...
... and Mediterranean waters, and abundant natural and archeological points of interest makes this stretch of Turkey's coastline a popular national and international tourist destination. Among the archeological points of interest are two of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: The ruins of the Mausoleum of Maussollos in Halicarnassus; and the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus. The Turkish Riviera is also the home for the locally-built gulet type schooners, who ...
The sun shone hot and bright this morning, as each of us were sitting around the breakfast table with the HUGE black "747"s bee-type creatures. We had to eat really fast, and get rid of our plates, and all signs of food rather quickly, before we got totally swarmed. Jacques and Marina went into town shopping, while we stayed on Milena, reading our various books. Once Jacques and Marina returned, Milena left her anchorage, and proceeded around the island, and headed ...
... the coast, just about 2 more hours. Just a little before sunset, we arrived to Kastelorizo, Greece, whose frontal view is that of Kas, Turkey, less than 1/2 mile away. On our initial run through the harbor, we could not find a place to stern tie, or anchor, due to the fact that there was a huge cruise ship taking up 95 percent of the harbor. So we trolled around until Jacques found us a place, just outside the harbor, in what is now a constant pocket ...
... 2-3 days in Kas.
Lucky #2: It's Friday so the Friday Open Market is happening...it's a cross between a farmer's market (you would love it, Mom) and a Turkish bazaar of cheap clothing and household goods. We spend a long time, chatting with people, browsing stands, and shopping for nuts and dried fruit (love my Walnut and Sundried Apricot "sandwiches"), fruit and veggies (so fresh and cheap), olives and fresh goat cheese (because Tracy can't eat cow ...
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- Room service
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