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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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At about 6 am, everyone was awakened by the anchor coming up and the engines starting. Off we go to our breakfast stop. Some people jump in for a swim before breakfast. I opt for waiting for breakfast before going for a swim. Breakfast is delicious; a Turkish breakfast with scrambled eggs. Eating on deck is glorious.
After breakfast, we jump back in the beautiful, turquoise water and play around until. It's ...
... our hyroslide complex at our own campsite. Some sweet sides hey had too, one which was big enough for two people that the guys ignore the rule of don't go head first, and then tried to get down faster and faster each time, clearly terrorising the young children trying to use it too! We headed out of town - coast bound to the town of feitthye. Fuel stop not far away and the locals were obsessed about getting us to go through the free car wash with petrol purchase, as owen ...
Kas, Turkey Had to leave our beautiful place in Bodrum to continue making our way along the southwest coast of Turkey. Bus travel is easy and inexpensive. The tour buses are all equipped with private monitors on the seat in front of you, and options for tv, movies, internet, and a few other things we can't figure out, all because its in Turk. Even though the buses are comfortable, spending 6 1/2 hours on the bus gets long. Part of our ride was after sunset, which was ...
... found Small Pebble Beach, which might be an indication of just how small it was.
Anyway, this is when Kas went from being a sweet little town to a "home" for us, as we met some great locals that night - Eli from London (who used to live here doing anthropological field research, but was just back for a five day visit) along with Koray, Arzum, and Hussein - all from parts of Turkey, but living in Kas now. ...
... to not become museum or ancient sited-out. I chose Kas, a little beach/fishing village west of Demre, to take a day and catch up with myself. I've been charging hard since Istanbul and will again between here and Ephesus on Turkey's west coast.
Wow is Kas a Turkish version of Anytown on Florida's sunny Gulf Coast! My hotel, the Hideaway, has a rooftop bar/restaurant with a killer view (oops, excuse me, a rather expansive view, ahem) of Kas Bay, marina and the facing Greek ...