Travel Blogs from Kas
Yeah, we didn't leave Kas today. We're now officially on Day 5 in Kas, and in danger of just living here for the rest of our lives.
Today, we saw AWESOME ruins. It seems that we went in the correct direction for our trip, because our ruins are getting increasingly impressive as we journey along.
First, we went to Xanthos, with our …
As Tracy accurately says, today we were up at the "crack of noon".
The night before, we were planning our day. Tracy wanted to walk on the Lycian Way, to hike the ancient trail and see some ruins. In almost everything, we've been highly aligned in what we want to do but this time I think I surprised her by asking "Is that something you'd …
On Day 8, we went kayaking. It was nice to be on the water, but the trip was a bit short (not a lot of kayaking) and the purpose was to go see some underwater ruins. But...you aren't allowed to get out of your kayak to swim with goggles or mask & snorkel, and you are too close to the water to really get a perspective on the ruins. So mostly …
We arrived in Kas today for a 2-3 day stay. This is where our trip gets a little "looser" in its plans. We knew we were starting in Cappadocia and then heading to the coast. probably to Olympos. We also knew we were ending in Ephesus and then Istanbul.
The part in the middle was simply "we'll figure it out". Thanks to Pelin, a colleague …
lots of tourists in Kas but the village is nice and hospitable
How has this hotel rated in the past?
We loved our stay at Santosa. Dennis and Maria were helpful and friendly. We had a lot of fun with their kids.
The hotel is clean and conveniently located to everything you need downtown, the Friday market, and the bus station.
The only thing preventing a five-star rating was the frequent drops in wifi service.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.