Three of us visited Kas last year in the absence of our 18 year old son, for whom the allure of a 'free house' at home was somewhat greater than 2 weeks in a villa with mum, dad and slightly younger sis. Now a pale, allegedly impoverished student the Prodigal has decided that 2 weeks of sunshine, good food and free beer is a decidedly more alluring prospect. So, against expectations he is joining us in the same villa as last year on the Peninsula. We loved Kas and everything said about it in these forums is very accurate - it is a uniquely delightful spot and this is the first time in 20 odd years we we have decided to go straight back somewhere for a holiday. The Prodigal is however beginning to realise that his active nocturnal life as a student in Cardiff may not adapt successfully to strolls by the harbour, sunset visits to the Roman theatre or an early morning fresh orange juice with Gozleme at the Market. His sister will also be disappearing for 2 nights to live it up with some pals in Kalkan - whilst last year she enjoyed the nightlife there, she still preferred the more 'chilled' and less British influenced Kas style. Which leaves us with the Prodigal, an active, lively lad who enjoys a night out. He is Sporty and we're already enthusing about the joys of jumping off a mountain strapped to a smiling Turkish person with a parachute (he was not too keen) or learning how to scuba dive (more enthusiastic, but would probably expect an encounter with a leatherback turtle at least on Day One). He does not share his Dad's enthusiasm for history, nor his Mum's salamander-like ability to bask on rocks. So, any suggestions for how a nearly-19 year old might best amuse themselves in and around Kas by day and night would be appreciated. He's not expecting Ibiza (fortunately), and I think he will love the town's relaxation-inducing atmosphere, but it would be good if he and his sister could find some likeminded, similar aged people to facilitate an escape from the old folks. Ideas welcome please!