Geof (now know as Jiff) is a great group leader.
He has a great sense of humour and was a good sport with the constant mickey taking that our group made of his Kiwi accent (but then he openly said he supports anyone who plays against England in the rugby, so was asking for it really!!).
He has some of the funniest stories I have ever heard (ask him about the box of puppies), he takes his job seriously but is laid back at the same time and appreciates people are on holiday and want a good time during the nights out and during the daytime activities even with the odd hangover.
You could not ask to be put in to a safer pair of hands and you will get all the help and support you could ask for. He even offers a great deal of information about the area and history of Turkey to help while away the time on the bus going to and from the activities.
Get involved. Help and support one another. Have fun.
Cycling shorts are a good idea for the biking day if you don't do it often, I wish I had taken some for that added level of comfort. Also, although some people wore trainers, I would recommend a half decent pair of walking boots for the gorge walk and and especially the canyoning day.
You should be aware that tubing at the Saklikent gorge is not actually offered as an optional extra via Exodus anymore, the website and trip notes need to be updated.
Do the paragliding. You will understand why if you do - amazing! :o)
Kas itself is a great little town, easy to get around on foot, the locals are really friendly and willing to chat to you. We found you get few bonuses by having a laugh with the waiters or bar staff (the odd free starter or pizza here and there, and some generous measures and free shots), of course they got a good tip in return! Fair's fair.
Although, avoid a restaurant called the Dolphin as it sucked, to be blunt, rubbish service. Also, you may well get bumped for drinks prices in a restaurant called Calamar.
Other than that, this place is great. It's used as a tourist destination by Turkish people and you find there are relatively few non-Turkish tourists compared to the bigger resorts which is great, there's a definite charm about the place.
Feel free to have a go at bartering too. The shop keepers obviously want to make a sale but they are not pushy in the slightest and if you decide against buying something it will be "no problem". I bought a pair of shades in one place after getting the price down a bit and was told that if I came back for anything else on another day, I could have a 10% discount.
Finally, support the hotel. It's a great place to stay, a bit basic but it is perfect for somewhere to keep your stuff and sleep. The staff could not be friendlier, but sure to put some money in the honesty box if you top up your water bottles and use their towels.
You will have one of the best weeks ever if you go on this trip.