Travel Blogs from Kas
It has been the most amazing week. I feel like I have had a holiday from my holiday. Kas is a wonderful little town on the sea. When I walk around, the locals say hi and ask me if I remember them from the other day. The owner of the pension calls me his longest staying guest. I think he might just have assumed that I moved in. I could easily do that. I love it here.
Within the town, I have been for a number of walks. There is not too much to see or ...
... us, we exited and walked down a level to the "Coast" rstaurant, where Denise and I indulged in a "Sultan Harem" dinner. (A dish made for Queen Eugena, wife of Napolean III, whose reign was from 1852 - 1870). The food here was absolutely wonderful. Back on Milena, with the temperature now in a very muggy 90+, at almost midnight, we had a quick after dinner drink, and greek coffe, before saying goodnight. Goodnight from a very airless, muggy, too hot night in ...
... as Dennus swam very strongly, with effort, but finally made it thru the tiny opening. He was gone less than 5 minutes, before we saw him truly fighting the waves, and struggling to get back to the dinghy. He admittedly said it took all the strength he had to get back to the boat. Boy -- when he was helped back into the dinghy, he had an unbelievable smile on his face. "WOW O WOW O WOW..... I have never seen anything like than in my life...... It was ...
... Finishing up our 'typically Greek dinner' of Pastisio, Greek Salad, and Sagonaki, we left the restaurant more than fully and happy. Once back on Milena, enjoying our total wind conditioning, we all sipped on a glass of Grand Marnier, before saying our goodnight. Due to the wind, Jacques had taken the big shade off, which made star gazing easy.... and seeing 3 falling stars just before dropping off to sleep seemed the perfect ending to another beautiful ...
... 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 ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet