A few more photos – Kas, Kekova and Kastellorizo

There are a few photos we think we would like to squeeze in.

First, we went to the markets and the sunflower seed display was very interesting.

Sunflower seeds
Sunflower seeds

We are intrigued with the fact that local sarcophagi are integrated into every day life, including markets.

Kas Markets
Kas Markets

In Kale Koy, tombs started out with water views but with subsidence, they have become  waterfront properties.

More sarcophagi with water frontage
More sarcophagi with water frontage

The turtles swim in front of Hassan’s. The food was yummy but after lunch we needed a swim, so off to Whitehouse Bay.

In Kale Koy, tie up to Hasan's, visit the castle, watch the turtles and have lunch.
In Kale Koy, tie up to Hasan’s, visit the castle, watch the turtles and have lunch.

This little kitten was trying to hide in the bougainvillea blossoms. Adorable, don’t you think? (It can’t all be about sailing.)

kitten in Kastellorizo
Kitten in Kastellorizo

The ubiquitous eucalyptus, on the way up to the castle on Kastellorizo. We said, you know we will be home within the month. It will then be only a short walk to see plenty of gums, lorrikeets and mates.

Davo, look at the gum trees.
Davo, look at the gum trees.