The art of exploring your urban environment, abandoned buildings, and other places you're not "supposed" to go.
Kayakoy is in a central location as far as ancient history in the Mediterranean is concerned. It was Greek up until the post-WW1 war between Greece and Turkey. Just before its abandonement by the Greeks during the war it had around 2,000 inhabitants. The post-war agreement to resettle Turks living in Greece back to Turkey, and vice versa, saw everyone gone. This happened on the entire Western Coast of Turkey, where villages were suddenly left to crumble. Some strange red tape in Turkish law made it impossible for Turks to settle into these villages, so they were left to die.