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... 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 ...
... tomatoes, and then up into more mountains with some snow lying on the roadside before descending again to the coast and the town of Kas which is a big tourist town in summer.
The mountains are so rocky. The roads were good, but if you looked across at them you could see how they were cut into the hillside with huge drops below, littered with boulders!
... and are seriously considering posting back some of our clothes as lugging so much about just isn’t practical and Graham is risking giving himself a hernia, as I type this he is investigating the cost of postage - will the £50 daily allowance cover it?
If you are still with us - sorry it’s a long post - there are so many other observations we want to share with you but conscious we might be boring the pants off you so ...
... famous for it. The owner of our hotel found an outfit to take us out today, even though we were the only 2 on a boat that usually takes out 30 in high season. We're not very confident in our scuba abilities, so it was reassuring to have 1:1 attention by dive guides. Did a 2 tank dive, stopping first at a reef with small fish and a few remnants of ancient societies on the sea floor, mostly broken pots called amphora. Our 2nd dive was to a sunken cargo plane ...
... Well, go to Kas, see how it is, make our next plan, and move on.
Yeah, that's not how things worked out.
But let's start with those first few days in Kas. (Time out for a pronunciation lesson: Kas is actually Kaş and that squiggly line under the S means it sounds like "Cash". See how good my Turkish is getting? That, and my four words - Hello, Please, Thank you, and Yes...still struggling with No - and I'm practically a native speaker. Oh, and I ...