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Paul is a digital nomad for all it takes, since 2017 he has embraced a free spirit lifestyle, traveled in over 40 countries around the world and has a desire to reach 196! And all of this while being paid to travel! You can check his reviews here https://paulsholiday.com/reviews/.

Paul has visited many countries and locations. Here are a few of them (and please remember, he is making profit while visiting):

September 2018, Phuket-Thailand : Thailand is a a fascinating destination if you are searching for ancient history mixed with modern attractions feeling. Perhaps the best-known wat in Chiang Mai sits atop Doi Suthep, a mountain overlooking Thailand’s northern rose of a city. In a crowd of monks, devout Buddhist followers, and fellow travelers, you’ll have a chance to marvel at intricate religious carvings, observe worship rituals, and gaze out over the ever-growing sprawl of Chiang Mai city. Just be sure to bring a bottle of water and your walking shoes – the staircase to the temple is steep. At the base of the stairs, vendors hawk everything from tasty local treats to goods handmade by villagers from the surrounding mountains. There’s also a shop selling masks, elephant carvings, and home furnishings so you can do some shopping while recovering from the trek up and down the stairs. You can combine your trip to Doi Suthep with excursions to Doi Pui, a small Hmong village in the mountains. It’s far more touristy than other villages, but if you’re on a tight schedule, this will give you a taste of Hmong culture and a chance to learn more about the hill tribe communities in the region, not to mention purchase some beautiful hand-woven textiles. The Bhubing Palace, open to tourists, is on the way to Doi Pui from Doi Suthep as well.

June 2018, Vienna, Austria : Austria attractions and top destinations selection! Eisriesenwelt could easily be described as an amusement park for nature lovers. Home to a complex of underground ice caves, Eisriesenwelt offers dozens of miles of paths through stunning caverns. After climbing down more than 700 steps, the Eispalast emerges. This is an enormous palace made from ice, and when light hits its walls it sparkles beautifully. The nearest city to Eisriesenwelt is Werfen, where visitors can catch a round-trip shuttle that departs regularly from the city’s train station.

March 2018, Beijing, China : China is a fascinating place if you are looking for ancient history mixed with modern attractions feeling. Few cities in China can boast quite the same concentration of splendid historic sites and ancient temples as the city of Hangzhou (Hangchow), capital of Zhejiang province at the southernmost end of China’s famous Grand Canal. Much of this rich collection is gathered around lovely West Lake, a six-kilometer-square stretch of water in the heart of the old city, which is surrounded by numerous hills, pagodas, and temples. Divided into five distinct sections by man-made causeways dating back as far as the 11th century, it’s a marvelous area to explore on foot as you cross from one stretch of water to the next, only to be met with another cluster of fine old buildings (it’s particularly pleasant in spring when its many peach trees are blossoming). Part of the fun is lingering on the lake’s many fine old bridges, one of the best being the Broken Bridge (Duanqiao) linking the Baidi Causeway with the shore, and exploring Little Paradise Island with its four mini-lakes linked by the zigzagging Bridge of the Nine Arches. Be sure to hop aboard one of the many tour boats and small pleasure craft available to whisk you around the lake, and if time permits, stick around for the fun musical fountain show held each evening.

Paul has visited over 40 countries, there are to many to write about all of them here, but the question is : Do you want to Learn how to use photography to travel the world ? Take a look Paul’s free Instagram guide on how to grow your followers and be a travel blogger, paid to travel.

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