Villa Hotel Tamara
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Kas
... IN TUNE departing Finike Monday 25th May. Officially we departed Turkey and were in international waters. Unofficially, we have moved about 30 N miles along the coast to Kekova, and found a safe, quiet anchorage to hide out at anchor. We could not go ashore lest we get arrested as illegal immigrants. We will stay here for 3 days, then return to Finike and check into immigration again, and then as a visiting cruiser, G will get a new visa; ...
... us) and spent a couple of hours watching a lot of very pale tourists baking in the sun. Today we wanted to go to Saklikent Gorge and waited patiently for over an hour for a bus...it came and went...deciding two people were not worth it...so we're spending the day just relaxing, reading and swimming in the pool...not too shabby as an ...
... 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.
... scam it but it works well enough for us and we now always write our own reviews) we soon discovered traditional local Turkish restaurants which were great value and served up great food, paying on average £15 for a meal for two. Particular delights included Pide (Turkish Pizza) and Meatballs Casserole….in fact I can’t get enough of these (A Lisa Meatball Tip: Mix two thirds mincemeat with one third sausagemeat with moistened ...
... on a clear night under a full moon, and it was quite surreal. As you get close you can hear the flames spitting and guttering, and see the yellow light dancing on the tree trunks. The actual area is a bare rockface about the size of a couple of tennis courts (presumably the vegetation was burnt away long ago) and about 20 seperate fires of various sizes burn.
Walking back to my lodge around midnight, I took a detour through the ruins of Olympos itself, ...