Olea Nova Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... tough for us. But, we manage! :)
Since our 3rd day will be starting at 4:30 am, most head to bed early. I decided to try sleeping in the cabin and actually slept better than out on deck. I should have put my seasick wrist bands on before I went to bed. By the time I realized how rough the 4 hour trip would be, it was too rough for me to get up and get them! My best bet was to just stay on the bed and ride it ...
An earlish start, as it was way to hot to sleep in, we headed to the entrance to the white terraces, conveniently located across the road. Owen and I had opted for walking shoes over jandals as it looked pretty steep, that was short lived as about 20 metes in was the no shoe zone - damm it - shoes to be carried the rest of the way. It was crazy they let you walk on he terraces, abiet some were clearly man made... And some were perhaps painted that way... but still a pretty ...
... with more fish and large amberjacks that would swim right next to us. Also some cool type of flowering coral that was growing under the wings of the plane. After diving we walked across town with a cheap bottle of wine to enjoy as we hiked up to check out the 2000 year old Lycian rock tombs carved into the hillside and watched the sunset over the sea. We decided to eat dinner at our hotel as they sometimes bring in a local cook, who prepared 7 different vegetarian ...
... Well, go to Kas, see how it is, make our next plan, and move on.
Yeah, that's not how things worked out.
But let's start with those first few days in Kas. (Time out for a pronunciation lesson: Kas is actually Kaş and that squiggly line under the S means it sounds like "Cash". See how good my Turkish is getting? That, and my four words - Hello, Please, Thank you, and Yes...still struggling with No - and I'm practically a native speaker. Oh, and I ...
We took the ferry from Rhodes to Marmaris. We stayed the night in Fethiye, a few hours east, before moving on to Kas (should have a squiggle on the s; pronounced 'cash').
It's always interesting to see how things unfold when you arrive in a new country; it sets the tone. Everyone we dealt with on our arrival was helpful and friendly. ...