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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Thu 27th: We stayed two nights in Kas (more pics) The first afternoon we walked along the 'beach' with no sand and just ramps to jump into the deep sea - not a good idea with strong gusty winds ...
... some very enthusiastic making out, and the bar tender is dancing like a world class DJ. Our group settles in at a table to soak it in. In a rare turn of events Stuart is feeling dancey before I am. YMCA comes on, Dom rallies the group to dance. I predict that the next up will be the Macarena (check), the bird dance (wrong), and Cotton Eyed Joe (not yet). All songs from our ‘do not play’ list at ...
We'd been informed by our guesthouse owner that the trail was well marked with red paint so when I found a red X we followed it for a while. Too long actually, as after 30 minutes of getting pricked whilst bush bashing and sliding on gravel we decided we'd lost the trail. In fact, we'd never been on it. Back at the red X, we found some nearby markings of a red and white line. This was the trail. Turns ...
... back to the boat. It was a peaceful ride back, nothing really happened. Sunday, we finally got a day off. Wandered around the town of Kas looking for some more ancient buildings. We found a couple of rock tombs, a huge amphitheatre, and tombs built into the cliffs surrounding Kas. We stopped for a yummy lamb lunch, and I got to watch soccer with some old Turkish men. The rest of the afternoon we walked around town and relaxed in our ...
... arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">This was my first time being at the sea's edge without the gradual entrance to the water of a real beach. It was beautiful. I really enjoyed it.
We had dinner on the roof, having just missed sunset, but getting a view of the town and the water as the sky continued ...