Santa Catherina Hotel
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... benches and Basil sweeps the floor. Bo Bo emails English owners ... not happy Jan ... her name is actually Allison! Kas has a lovely feel to it, touristy but not overbearing. We book to cruise over to Meis Island (Kastelorizo) for the day. Even though the island only lies 2km off the coast of Kas, it is Greek. We have promised Tash and our brother Mick we would visit. The island is where Tash's family roots lie. We have since found out Meis Island has belonged to 101 ...
... standing in front of some amazing building and all the tourists are completely ignoring it. Their cameras are focussed on something cuter than some ancient old structure, a playful pack of meowing kittens. Greece and Turkey loves their cats. No one owns a pet cat. Everyone focuses on taking care of them. You'll find just as many little plastic containers of dry food that people have set out for them over the city.
... off of him, and we booked our tour to Pamukkale for the following day. We set out looking to explore Ephesus, and decided that as it was only 3 km away we would walk. About halfway to Ephesus, Sarah's camera battery died! This was not happening!!! One of the biggest tourist destinations on the planet, and Sarah with no camera? This was a serious problem. As we were standing around tossing up options, a man rode up on a Bunky old scooter. He wanted to ...
... light that resembled those James Bond movie torture chambers. My enthusiasm for Turkish bathing has diminished somewhat as a result of that entire experience.
Riding backwards in the small mini-van for the driving tour along twisty, curvy roads for several hours was not the best idea after lunch. Just like I've done to my kids, when asked when the next stop is ahead, the guide diplomatically replied "Just another 15 minutes." Liar.
The sheer joy ...
... 8221; Driving along the seafront esplanade just as the sun is setting; we espy an attractive waterfront café overlooking Güvercin Adası, (Pigeon Island), with its Byzantine castle, and the pier where a splendidly illuminated cruise ship is moored. Afterwards we continue on through Kuşadası, which looks like a pretty lively town, on the way back to our lodgings in ...