Villa Rhapsody

Address: Kinali Gemiler Yolu 92, Kayakoy, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48304, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kinali Gemiler Yolu 92, Kayakoy.
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        HydroFoil to Rodos-Rhodes.

        A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 12, 2015

        4 comments, 8 photos

        ... imagine what that must have taken and how weather would have effected their crossing. Yesterday was our granddaughter's birthday. And we're not there .... Which bothers her nana. It began with a trip to gusleme. Ok, that's a tasty pancakey affair - but it includes a beach and if you've got fifty dollars, (pounds, euros or lira work), you can go tandem para gliding. The trip to the top of a mountain resembling Yahk mountain on the coqahalla should be enough ...


        A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 10, 2015

        6 photos

        ... one of the first airmen in the Turkish airforce. He was killed in service some time after the first world war. In 1923 there was a cultural exchange of sorts here with Greece. Entire christian Turkish populations were exchanged for Greek muslims. There were a lot more christians so entire villages were left abandoned and never re-inhabited. Today we rented a scooter, drove through the entire city of 200,000, got lost on a freeway we weren't supposed ...

        Kayakoy - Day 2

        A travel blog entry by halliday on Jul 30, 2015

        12 photos

        ... descent out of theirs. Whatever, the end result was misery for most of the two million people involved in changing countries. Turkish Greeks who had lived in Turkey for generations and who could speak little or no Greek suddenly found themselves repatriated to Greece, unable to speak the language, unwanted and resented by the Greeks already there. A similar situation occurred to Greek Turks forced to return to Turkey.

        The Ghost Village we visited today was vacated by Greeks ...


        A travel blog entry by halliday on Jul 29, 2015

        12 photos

        ... time up my nose than on my haircut. The massage was a bonus; back, neck and shoulders. Really good and I reckon I must have been in the chair for close to an hour.

        Sue had her fringe trimmed - too nervous to go further than that although she did get a massage. That cost nothing and I think because they NEVER have women in their shop they didn't know if they should charge or not. They are probably hoping the Imam didn't hear about ...

        Ghost Town

        A travel blog entry by christojb on Jun 21, 2012

        26 photos

        We woke to one of those sweltering mornings that tell you only one thing: it's going to be hot today. Fortunately, we headed up the mountain a bit from Fethiye to Kayaköy, Asia Minor's largest medieval ghost town. I was glad Knox was interested in a visit. Kaya became a ghost town in 1923, when the Turkish Republic was founded and the Treaty of Lausanne signed between Greece and Turkey. Up till that time (and, actually, ...

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        Chris and Lara at Villa Rhapsody, Kayakoy
        Kaya koy, Turkey