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Travel Blogs from Kas
... than eat or buy souvenirs. There are a few old ruins including a theatre that was built in the 1st century AD. The beaches here are typical European beaches although just up the road is Turkeys nicest beach which is supposedly sand. I never made it there, but one day I will come back and be sure to visit. The beaches in town are either rock or just a platform behind a restaurant to jump in from. These particular beaches have sunbeds that you can use if you ...
Before I go into the recounting of the day on Milena -- I owe my on board guests, and my "Blog Victims", an explanation and map of the area we are visiting. THE TURKISH RIVIERA The Turkish Riviera (also known popularly as the Turquoise Coast) is a term used to define an area of southwest Turkey encompassing the provinces of Antalya and Muğla (Marmaris). The combination of a favorable climate, warm sea, more than a thousand kilometers of shoreline along ...
... Dennus was awe struck, and over flowing with gratitude at this opportunity to see something like he has never witnessed before. We proceeded back to Milena, who then took us to the little bay outside the harbor, where we could swim as we wish. Marina had gone in town, and fetched a perfect Greek meal for us for lunch. We devoured everything,washing it down with a greek white table wine. After more swimming/snorkeling/napping/sunning.... . we went into town ...
Waking up in Gemilier is always so special, being nestled between the island and the mainland, floating in turquoise warm waters. What could be more fitting that to watch a bunch of goats going out in search for breakfast. Meanwhile, for the humans....we have yet another crepe boat. This one is breakfast crepes: sausage, sausage and cheese, cheese and vegetable, cheese and salami. We took six of varying types. What a delicious Gemilier breakfast each ...
... Fistek Antep, which is pistachio, since I've spent some time trying to make sure I get "no pistachio".)
But I digress. We arrive in Kas on a Friday afternoon and run into three great pieces of luck.
Lucky #1: Our little pansiyon (pension) is about 250 metres from bus station, centrally located to everything, and run by the nicest people you could meet. Right away, Dennis makes us feel at home, and gives us the "lay of the land" on everything we can do ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool