Diva Residence Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of $35 to $75 for a double, depending on how luxurious we want to feel. As I write this 3 days later, I'm in a 4 star hotel with a view of the yachts and harbor in an upgraded room. They have a free sauna and the cost is $75/night with a breakfast so massive, we only need to pay for one other meal a day.
So, you can't go home again! I need to stop thinking that the costs should be the same as 14 years ago. The quality of life here ...
... pureed onion/garlic and a squeeze of tomato ketchup and chopped parsley for light fluffy meatballs, yum) On the alcohol front, Graham is limiting himself to one beer a day (seriously) and I am not drinking wine, little travel resolution of mine to help lose weight, aid wellbeing and save dosh. In fact, one week in, not a drop of alcohol has passed my lips - it’s the latest craze, Fatimah Detox, for those on a budget.
Coming to Kas ...
... equipment for kids, as well as adult exercise equipment, like was recently installed at Sibley Patk. We've learned that people are generally happy with their prime minister, currently in his 3rd term. Health care is free for everyone under 18 and over 65 and 2 years of college will cost you about $600, as he wants his people to be educated. Arrived to our more familiar type of place, a small pension in Kas, with a room big enough to have to step over our suitcases ...
... either of our phones, for fear of getting them wet. So of the little. we got to see, you get to see none of it!
Partway through the trip, we had lunch in Kalekoy and hiked up to the ancient city of Simena, home to the ancient world's tiniest theatre (holds 150 people, I think...this will become relevant later in the trip). The views from here are spectacular...well worth the very hot hike up hill in a ...
... the Russıans.
We have been so lucky, the tourıst season has not hıt yet so no crowds.
There are dogs and cats everywhere, none locked up so they are very laıdback. They love to hang ın the town at nıght as all the cobble streets are warm from the days sunshıne. Of course Gary has to stop and pat every dog and surprıse, surprıse he even pats the cats.
The call to prayer seems to blast out every ...