- Spontaneous Adventure Travel,
- Hotels and Hostels,
- Itinerary Travel
I am a scenery guy – waterfalls, city nights and ocean views. These aren't dreams, just the reality of an everyday traveling soul.
My travel style
I realize that the type of travel that best suits me is independent travel – yes, it’s a lot more work on the planning end and I need to be very organized to maximize my vacation time. I also worry a bit more about things going wrong. It’s a trade-off that I welcome though. Independent travel allows me freedom – freedom to go where I want, see what I want, eat where I want, sleep where I want and spend as much or as little time in a place as I want. Independent travel leaves me feeling more satisfied because, as I’ve learned from other styles of travel, experiencing a destination in depth is what I value the most.
InterContinental Melbourne, an IHG Hotel
An award-winning hotel in the heart of Melbourne, with an interior where old and new meet.
$100 hotel / resort credit.
Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.
Overlooking the heart of Shinjuku, this hotel offers unique dining options, rooftop tennis and wellness with a sauna and pool.
Hamanasi Adventure & Dive Resort, Belize
Sandwiched between the Maya Mountains and the clear blue Caribbean Sea, this eco-friendly resort offers treehouse rooms and activities in the rainforest.
Recently returned from:
Exploring Mount Dandenong in Melbourne, Australia.
Swimming in crystal blue waters through the barrier reef in Hopkins Village, Belize.
Summiting Mount Maunganui, New Zealand.
Trekking through the Great Sand Dunes in Colorado.
Islands of Greece.
Turk and Caicos.
One thing I can't travel without...
My universal earbuds – for all airlines.
Two truths, one lie:
I've performed live at a local show in Melbourne.
I saw a crocodile in the Belize jungle.
I have never been to Mexico.
Get in touch with Paul
Reach out to customize and book your own experience. Or, just to chat about travel in general.