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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 and Phuket are a fabulous place if you are looking for ancient history mixed with modern attractions feeling. A visit to one of the floating markets is a fun way to do some shopping and eating while supporting local vendors and observing local commerce in action. Some do seem to cater more to the tourist crowds than to be part of the fabric of local Thais’ daily lives, but there are others that make for a nice authentic travel experience. You’ll need to get up early to visit a floating market, as vendors are out in their long wooden boats first thing in the morning with their goods, fresh fruits, vegetables, spices, and tasty dishes. There are several floating markets near Bangkok, Amphawa and Damnoen Saduak being among the most popular. You can go it alone or join a guided tour, which can include visits to local houses and shops.
June 2018, Vienna, Austria : Austria attractions and top destinations selection! Arguably one of the most popular Alpine destinations in the country is Zell am See. Zeller See, the lake around which the city city exists, is blue, clear and the picture-perfect example of an Alpine lake. The snow-capped Hohe Tauern mountains peek out in the background, and outdoor recreation like skiing, fishing and cycling are all readily available. Landmarks like the 16th century Castle Rosenberg are the historical cherry on the sundae for this breathtaking destination.
March 2018, Beijing, China : China is a fabulous location if you are looking for adventure and ancient history exploration. When you first set eyes on Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in Hunan province, it’s certainly not difficult to see how filmmaker James Cameron was able to draw inspiration from it. Cameron’s box office hit, Avatar, could well have been set in this area of stunning natural beauty, its many unique pillar-like rock formations looking like some incredible alien landscape right out of a sci-fi movie (one of the tallest pillars, standing at an impressive 1,080-meters, has in fact been renamed “Avatar Hallelujah Mountain”). This is one of the lesser known places to visit in China. In addition to its many natural wonders, which can best be explored as part of an organized tour, the park boasts a number of new man-made attractions. The first to be built was the Bailong Elevator, aka the “Hundred Dragons Sky Lift.” Elevating groups of up to 50 people 326 meters skyward in under two minutes, it’s an impressive structure, and one that offers dramatic views all the way. Also notable is the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge, opened in 2016 and heralded as the world’s highest and tallest pedestrian bridge. Standing 300 meters above the ground and extending 430 meters along a spectacular cliff face, it’s an attraction that’s definitely not recommended for the faint of heart but one of the best things to do if you are looking to add a little adventure to your day.
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