Villa Lycian City
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Sad to leave beautiful Kas with it's lovely warm weather and the lovely staff at the hotel and the rooftop terrace overlooking the water. Most hotels in Turkey give you a wonderful buffet breakfast with cereals, cold meats, cheeses and salads and hot eggs and other foods too.
At this hotel we had a dinner of a vegetarian buffet with bbq chicken, fish or meat, and a soup and dessert for a really reasonable price of A$12.
Another two hour bus trip along the ...
... 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 ...
... here, so the air conditioning was not going to be possible. Okay, so it is now in the high 90's or low 100's, and it is 8:00p.m. Taking a cold shower, and walking around this adorable shop-lined, town was going to be a real experience. The town being built on a hill, eveything was either straight up or straight down. We found jewelry stores, and clothes shops, ending up in a lovely white, cave-like gauzy designer clothing shop. Three outfits later for ...
... and other travel topics over a couple of shots of raki, Hillary having some wine.
1930 journey to Mama's Pastry. Most of us had the special [finely minced and seasoned meatballs wrapped in eggplant with rice and salad]; very good but very filling. Home made lemonade was good too. Some had an apparently excellent baklava for dessert.
Sharif related the story that St Nicholas had been associated with a green outfit. Coca Cola wanted to contribute to ...
... water at the entrance appear a luminous blue. “Better than Capri,” Tony had teased the ladies on the way over to which they had protested loudly, but I noticed they were quieter now. Eschewing the chance Tony offered to stop and sunbathe with the ladies on a small island in the harbour mouth, I returned to visit Palaiokastro – a former mountain-top settlement with fantastic views of the island. Accompanied only by a couple of anxious goats and a ...