During our week in Kaş, my husband and I set out on our own sightseeing adventure. We drove to the neighboring town of Demre, formerly known as Myra. It was about a 45 minute drive - beautiful greenery, mountains, and sea side. Our first stop was the Church of St. Nick, THE St. Nick, Santa Claus!!... Continue Reading →
Video of the Day – Kas Peninsula Drive
This is a video of the drive along the eastern coast of the Kas peninsula, from the tip of the peninsula back to the mainland. Really one of the best parts of my trip. Peaceful and beautiful.
AIA goes on the road . . . and on the water: Our return to Kas
Kaş, Turkey.Sometimes we come across things in life that words really can't describe. Kaş is one of them. So please bear with me, my thoughts, my photos . . . As you know, my husband and I spent 3 days there a couple of years ago. It was fabulous. And there was just no way that... Continue Reading →
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The MiddleWow, what a week I had! Tomorrow I will start blogging the "good" of it. A week spent in the lovely town of Kaş, on the Turkish Mediterranean. It was awesome! We rented a lovely little apartment on the peninsula, right at the sea. We met a lot of interesting and great people. And we... Continue Reading →
Photos of the Day – Kas Pazar
The Kaş Pazarı is held every Friday. It's located on Ataturk Blv, just way the peninsula meets the town. There are a lot of good deals to be had and new things to try (like the fruit of a cactus)! Look for local olive oil, cheeses, and of course, the vegetables of the season!
Pentecost and German Holidays
I am currently visiting family in Germany and am devoting only a few minutes to this post. Yesterday Christians around the world "celebrated" Pentecost. I put it in quotes because not many seem to know what Pentecost is and only know that it is Pentecost if they happened to go to Church. But apparently the... Continue Reading →