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Interview: Paul Fowler - Little Observationist
Photo: Paul busting out the salsa moves in Colombia Paul is one of those true travelers that I often envy, the ones who have carved out a path that allows them to work from anywhere, who are able to go from country to country living for a while in each new place, the ones who make a long term effort to get beneath the skin of a new place, learn the language, integrate with locals. I first came across Paul and his work with See Colombia Travel when I was living in Colombia a few years ago and have followed his adventures to Berlin where he now works as the Community Manager for Trip.Me. Below he talks about the smells and sounds and tastes that remind him of Bogotá and Berlin, why travel is important and where it is in the world that will always feel like home. Photo: Punta Gallinas, La Guajira, Colombia LO: Tell us a bit about yourself. PF: My name is Paul Fowler and I’m from a small, rather uninspiring town just north of London called Stevenage. My travels have lead me to Berlin, where I’m currently based, working for a startup travel company called trip.me. I’ve only been here …