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... stunning coves and turquoise waters, up into the hills and pine plantations, through local villages and then back to the coast at Fethiye.
Staying at a hotel above the yacht marina and port which is huge and has some incredibly expensive and enormous yachts and motor launches, a lot of which are covered for winter. The population is about 80,000, and it's a big tourist spot for British people apparently, and obviously a prosperous and modern city.
... 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 ...
We managed to find our way from our hotel with minimal difficulty and found our way to D400 highway which followed the coast partway and more inland as well. Coastal road is up and down and twisty but a good road surface. Noticed several beach locations along the way. Myra is located outside of the market town of Demre which seems to almost all greenhouses. The historical site of Demre ...
... a few. We had a quick mooch around town, and then we sat on the beach as staying still negates any rubbing parts, a very important consideration. The heat is bearable but it is the humidity level that makes it difficult to do too much. That to one side the striking blue sea looked invitingly cool, and it was. The problem though was the pebble beech hard to cross and the ferocity of the tidal movements, the pebbles sounded like poring ...
... my room a little way back up the road, pausing to drop my equipment at the pharmacy building where I discovered I was going to be operating. There was just time to unpack my bags and freshen up before returning to the restaurant for dinner.
Our group was a cosmopolitan one. Damien was an Australian Greek. His parents had returned to their native country when he was young and he had eventually taken over the family restaurant, which is where he had met his ...