Day 11: Çukurbağ-Kaş.
"Today’s trial was good for the legs, but the yes took a lot! The splendid view on Kaş and the Greek Island of Meis! A breakneck hill where every meter we would want to immortalize this fairy-like view.
I walked around 8km followed by a cute female dog! Everyday, I have a new dog to walk alongside me. But, once I got to Kaş, she went back.
The Kayahan hotel is splendidly located in the city center, next to the marina and the private beaches.
The owner and his team see you as a member of their family and help you in every way they can."
8.5km with 150m of positive altitude change, and 500m of negative altitude change
Her şeyin Euro bazlı olması dışında kötü hiçbir şey yok, hatta TL bile restoranlarda geçiyor, Euro' ya rağmen rakının litresi 60 TL 😊, illa ben viski içerim derseniz o da 100 TL' nin altında... Resimlerin hiçbirinde filtre kullanılmadım, özellikle mavi mağaradaki denizin rengi büyüleyici.
I remember when I started modelling.. I saw a #Paspaley campaign and thought.. Wow.. One day I want to work with Paspaley, they shoot the most beautiful & emotive campaigns... Here I am, years later.
It’s been 100 years since the Paspaley family left Greece for Australia and this is their most magical campaign yet. ✨
We (the most incredible production/ creative team & I) embarked on a journey to #Kastellorizo home of the @paspaleypearls family and we celebrated & captured the essence of that very journey -combining the two worlds.
I cannot express how thrilled and humbled I am to be the face/ muse/ ambassador of this campaign. Here is #Megisti by Paspaley ❤️ 🏹
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This photo seemed vaguely appropriate, given its subject has spent half his life on planes this past couple of years. This is a sad week for us at Weekend Sunrise. The big man will be signing off (not forever mind you) on Sunday to reclaim weekends with his dear family in Perth. I've said before of Mon, Sal and AOK, that I wish people could know them as I do. Ditto Baz.
He's the best of our home state and the best of the phenomenal Australian story of 20th century immigration from Europe. His Mum Jessie was born on the tiny, enchanting island of Kastellorizo in Greece. Dad Anthony is a proud West Aussie of Greek heritage. Jessie was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in 1996 for services to WA's Greek Community.
Baz's parents passed on a prodigious work ethic to their boy. There simply isn't a harder working person in the media.
Baz has a steel trap for a mind. Spotting something, hearing something, sensing something that turns at light speed into punchy, well formed thoughts and words. From calling Stephen Bradbury's impossible Salt Lake Olympic gold medal, to hosting Perth's enduring Telethon, the depth of his research and preparation is undoubtedly pivotal to his success. The Baz radar is forever tuned to his surroundings, absorbing, noting and storing.
He has boundless energy and is devilishly funny. Morning radio and television thrive on and devour such things.
Above all, I think Baz has an almost old fashioned sense and air of the showman. The guy who brings the team and the crowd with him. Indeed Mon and he both have that essential - light up the room - gene. Step right up folks.
It can be going to hell around them, but you read on, smile and leave 'em laughing.
He's a great father, husband and most definitely a much loved colleague.
Sharing the desk over the past couple of years has been a blast and a pleasure.
Never a dull moment with the big man around. We will miss ya Baz.
With love and best wishes for all the good that's ahead. @7perth@7olympics@sunriseon7#weekendsunrise#tv@sallybowrey7@basil_zempilas#6PR@6pr_breakfast@westperthfc@kastellorizofriends#kastellorizo#hellas#perth#westernaustralia