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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 ...
... traveling independently, a rarity for Chinese tourists. One had been traveling for 7 months through all the countries he could easily get visas for : Russia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Lebenon, Egypt, Iran, and a few others. They were impressed with his Chinese and gave him some Oreos, after the obligatory photo shoot. Unfortunately, Tom seemed to have caught whatever Sue had in Cappadocia as he felt achy and queezy and shortly after arriving he was out for a long nap, missing ...
... from Kas. I am very thankful for this time, because it allowed me some down time to recover from whatever virus had found its way into my system as well as actually enjoy some of the more vacation-y parts of the Turkish Riviera. Believe me, they don't call it the "Turquoise Coast" for nothing.
On Monday I decided to stay in and get some work done from the hostel, and that evening I walked around the city and took pictures of the tombs that ...
This morning we were up after sunrise due to the fact that we were on the deck of the boat. It was cold on the deck and I tossed and turned all night. There was someone snoring all night but luckily I brought my ear plugs so it was not that bad. We went to see, the Simena Ruins. The antique city of Simena, which today is called Kalekoy, was a small Lycian coastal city and has been considered a strategic point for settlement from the ...
... it is an octopus, starfish, or sand dollar (all of which I was). Beyond that, I am lost. It is obvious I grew up on the prairies! We also saw a ship wreck and a plane crash. I forgot to ask when they were from, but I think the plane at least was from WWII. We could swim inside both of them, but the plane was much more intact than the ship.
Unfortunately, I don't have an underwater camera, so there are very few photos from my adventures here. I ...