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Paul's claim to fame, if you can call it that, is his love of travel which he inherited from his father who was a merchant seaman during and after the last war. Many a time he would put him on his knee and tell stories of the places he visited, which to a little lad who grew up playing in the bombed-out streets that was North London in the post-war years, was like being transported into fantasy land. As he progressed into manhood he vowed to see as many places that he could that his father had told him about and to experience the sounds, smells and tastes for himself. He was lucky enough to marry someone who tolerated his passion to travel, even though Fiona was at times unwell because of the extremes in temperatures. He was also lucky enough to be in a fairly well paid job that allowed him to travel to these far off lands. His dreams of visiting all those places have been fulfilled and he has surpassed the number of countries that his father had told him about. Paul's interest in photography started when he was around 11 and kept pace with all the modern trends from simple box cameras, through look alike Leica cameras that took half-frame 120 & 620 black & white films and a Russian Zenith E Single Lens Reflex. By the time he started earning his first wage from being a telegram boy in London's West End, he was well on the way to owning his first Nikon F (pictured here), which he still own. He has switched fully to digital now as the technology has enabled the resolution to be almost as good as film - it also means that he no longer has to use a darkroom to produce printed images. Paul's passion for travel and his photographic and videography skills ran hand in glove and he approached a photo agency to act as his agent to sell the pictures. At that time he was working for the Daily Mail and their picture library still has hundreds of his photos as well, using them regularly when they required shots of foreign locations that he had visited. Various travel and airline magazines published his images and writings and he appeared on TV and radio programs - thus he was able to travel more and more. In the last few years Paul has concentrated mostly on travel and computer skills, finding the Internet to be another fascination. He was fortunate to be there at the start of the computer revolution in the 1970's and has always used and understood cutting-edge software and hardware and he is considered to be knowledgeable in that area too. Using all these skills he has teamed up with one of the largest cruise agencies in the UK and he recommends to his Facebook and other friends specially selected important and interesting cruises, mostly of the repositional type - i.e. the cruiseship has to reposition to another location to begin a 3 or 4 month stint using a new "Home" port. Thus the ports that they call at are not the usual run-of-the-mill. His research is thorough, spending hours and hours finding the right ones before recommending them to his friends, who are often also members of his World Cruise Travel Club group on Facebook and here the club's website. Many of his celebrity friends have never cruised before on a cruise liner, mainly because of security and privacy issues and he particularly spends lots of extra personal time with these friends. For every friend that books a cruise with Tony the cruise agency pays the club an introduction fee so there is no on-cost to members or friends for his services at all - in fact they are themselves given a hefty discount themselves from Tony. Should you be interested at any time in any of the cruises we recommend or anything else then please do not hesitate to contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org and visit Paul's Facebook Page (Click Here) Your privacy will always be assured and the cruise line will be aware of any security issues etc. These new resort style super cruise liners are amazing and offer an experience that just cannot be had even on a private yacht.
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