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... Hoo! Finally. The longjohns came off for the first time in weeks.
Kas also has Lycian ruins and tombs scattered around town. And there's also ANOTHER well-preserved amphitheater. To paraphrase George Bush the First - "I'm up to my ears in amphitheaters!" It's actually quite lovely.
We grabbed a bus to Fethiye, another harbor town on the coast. We are slowly making our way towards Istanbul and hitting all the sites we can see beforehand.
... some camping grounds, 'Free beaches', and an older Turkish man polishing his Honda Gold Wing? He and David had a chat about bikes!
Kas is a lovely seaside town - only about 7,000 inhabitants. It's very quiet at the moment. About four couples staying at our hotel. The temperature is about 19 degrees and sunny. Just right!
In December and January it is around 40 degrees and over-run with ...
... occurrence in Turkey), and loads us onto it despite none of us having a ticket (I consider myself an OCD planner, and despite my best efforts, about half the time I get on a bus in Turkey I don't actually have a ticket because of incidents like this :) ). I arrive in Demre, pay my fare, and look around at the very deserted bus station for the taxi stand that is a necessary component of all Turkish bus stations, but don't see one. All I see is a lone ...
... seas. Just have to suck it up, such is life.
Peter does not want to see any more rock tombs or theatres (!!) But we enjoyed to meet two tortoises on hill walk at the tombs.
We are heading to Fethiye tomorrow on the bus again- a 2 hour run this time. We hope to organise to go Saklikant Canyon from there- a change of tack. I needed a good rest this afternoon after all that exploring and walking so we can start ...
... 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 ...