Paul is a freelance writer, photographer and editor, and former Wanderlust managing editor. Having spent 15 years working in travel and natural-history publishing, he’s realised that he doesn’t really believe ‘travel’ exists as a pastime – it’s something that happens while you’re in the process of pursuing your real passions and goals (in his case, writing, hiking, watching wildlife, sometimes diving and, more often than not, over-eating).
Paul’s words and pictures have been published in numerous travel guidebooks, broadsheets and magazines, recounting various highs (climbing Mt Kenya, husky-sledding in Arctic Sweden, trekking between Himalayan villages in India, walking between safari camps in Zambia, tracking pandas in China) and literal lows (delving into Belize’s caves and cenotes, diving with sealions off New Zealand).
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With its ugly causeway gone and restoration work finished, Normandy’s rock-top monastery has regained its medieval magicRead more
Move over Tongariro, there’s a new ‘best one-day walk in the world’ in New Zealand. Circling the bogs, forests and rises of Mount Taranaki, is this wild trek a worthy rival to the Tongariro crossing? We find outRead more
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Belize is a land of fascinating Mayan art, lively Garifuna beats, crumbling ancient cities and centuries-old customs. Here are 10 of the country’s best cultural attractionsRead more
The ancient roads across the Lares Valley in Peru are just part of a vast Incan web stretching 30,000km, offering not just wild views and rarely seen ruins but thrilling close-ups of local life…Read more
Two wheels means twice the thrill – and best of all, none of these cycling trips are graded tougher than ‘moderate’, so you won’t be left saddle sore…Read more
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