About Paul P
Lives in Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Since Nov 2009
35-49 year old male
I was born in London and moved to Morocco when I was several months old and spent the first few years of my life there. I have lived in France, Italy and spent a lot of time in Spain laterally Málaga in Andalucía almost a year prior to living in Edinburgh; where I have been living since 2000 and truly believe it's one of the most stunning, amazing cities to live in. I am a passionate traveller. I love exploring all parts of the world and enjoy walking round cities, trekking through mountains and have been to some weird and wonderful corners of the globe! My favourite and most visited destinations are Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Rome Málaga and Seville.
Horseback Riding Tours, Equestrian Trails, Hiking Trails, Horse-Drawn Carriage Tours
Other Outdoor Activities
Bike Tours, Eco Tours, Hiking & Camping Tours, Photography Tours
Nature & Wildlife Tours, Day Trips
Nature & Wildlife Tours
Have a unique dining experience on a Cambo Cruise. You can take in the sights of Phnom Penh's stunning riverside as you feast on fresh, delicious food, which is cooked to order. Plus, the service and staff are fantastic — ensuring you are well looked after and have a memorable evening.
Horseback riding is a great way to experience the stunning countryside around Phnom Penh and to try something new on your trip. Whether you're an experienced rider or a complete novice, the team will ensure you're in safe hands and that you have an incredible time.
Spend a lazy afternoon relaxing on the river in Phnom Penh. Enjoy floating along and seeing the floating villages, and other sights, whilst sipping on wine or a beer, or having a full dinner as you float around.
If you want to have fun while seeing the real Cambodia, sightseeing on a quad bike is a great idea! You'll get off the tourist trail to see local countryside and villages but can also include places of cultural and historical interest, such as The Killing Fields, in your trip.
Enjoy an exciting and informative ride through the traffic-filled streets of Phnom Penh and into the countryside on two wheels. The tours are led by very experienced local Khmer guides who take you past villages, farms, and markets, as well as the center of Phnom Penh where it's all happening!
This impressive center has over 1,000 rescued animals, from elephants to tigers and leopards. The animals are well cared for by the staff, who are all very knowledgeable and passionate about them.
If you're looking for a selection of very well organized full and half day tours run by friendly staff, look no further. Tours cover Banteay Srei (The Citadel of Women) and the beautiful temples, Pre Rup temple, the grand lake of Tonle Sap, and Chung Kneas (the floating village.)
Experience a once in a lifetime chance to get closer to animals than you ever have been before. Not only do you get to meet the animals but you can feed them, and learn about how they were rescued and rehabilitated.