"Kayakoyu-lots of rubble so mind yr feet!" Kayakoy by Truthfully

Kayakoy Travel Guide: 16 reviews and 59 photos

Beware of the bull! If you go to the Ghost town.

Perfect for romantic couples, just bring good shoes.

Fantastic place for the homeless of Britain, nice and warm and you can stay at the Antik Restaurant all night long ! They love you to use their shuttle service and you will be served lots of homemade wine! - It may cost more than you would usually pay every where else, but you don't have to worry too much. Not too much polio around that seems to be just for the kids really.

Also lovely place for lads that want to kick a ball around. Lots of football on TV. They love you to bring your own ball. Also shooting wild boar can be available but you have to ask!

The villagers want to know all about football scores they're crazy about it.

They want you to drink lots of wine at Kaya, plenty of that funny smelling tobacco around too (hahaha)! Just perfect for the homeless (if only they knew!).

The house on the side of the church at Kaya is available for very personal massages too, the villages are open to offers they can't wait to meet you. They will be so pleased if you will visit.

The guys at the restaurant are waiting with charming smiles and lines like.

'Try me, i'm real good'! Give me a go!!

They put bets on to see who can charm the blondes first. They win more money if it's someone elses girlfriend so English men it's the perfect place if you want to share your women!

They will expect you to eat with them & once you've been drinking that wine, you won't care how much money they take off of you. After all they will act so friendly and free massage is all part of the service!! Perfect destination if you've got lots of money that you need to be rid of & you want to go shooting in the mountain.

Guns are allowed there and you can be driven everywhere - the driver might be a little stoned but seems fine going up and down the mountain.

As long as you always buy the wine!!

  • Last visit to Kayakoy: Aug 2008
  • Intro Updated May 9, 2016
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  • Apr 28, 2012 at 3:56 AM

    Shame you felt like"a mug" I have visited Kaya many times and only ever received genuine hospitality, never encountered any "fake smiles" or been cheated. Anyone thinking of visiting Kaya valley please do not be put off. Kaya is a beautiful place.

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