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November 2017
My latest blog is an unashamed bit of self promotion! I have a new book out - a collection of my 26 quirkiest trips and it's available on Amazon! Here's the marketing blurb:


Alaskan Lonely Hearts Club

And Other Unlikely Travel Tales

Paul Gogarty

Foreword by Nicholas Crane

• Vignettes of travel writing from around the globe in 26 A – Z stories, peopled with eccentric characters

• Author has been a regular BBC1 travel presenter and former chief travel writer at the Daily Telegraph

• Tales include skiing in Algeria, witnessing an end-of-the-line bachelor auction in Alaska, sea fishing in Kenya, and attending a George Formby ukulele convention in Blackpool

“Great travel writing takes the reader beyond their own borders. I luxuriate in the lines of this book because I couldn’t have written them.” —Nicholas Crane

In Alaskan Lonely Hearts Club one of the UK’s best-known travel writers shares his life on the road in 26 A-Z stories recording his very particular engagement with some highly eccentric characters.
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October 2017
I’m just back from a balmy October weekend in Margate. North facing, its horseshoe harbour is the only place on the eastern seaboard you can watch the sun rise and set and therefore is perhaps the reason Turner painted more canvasses here than anywhere else (but his long-term affair with Mrs Booth might have been another incentive!).
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Welcome to a fresh approach
At Paul Gogarty Communications we have one simple aim: to ensure the clients we represent are in the media (traditional, digital and social) as often as possible. How is this achieved?

By knowing the journalists and editors personally, by being creative, and by understanding the travel industry. It’s simple, but effective.

This straightforward approach stems from Paul's 20+ years of working as one of the country's leading travel journalists, and his clear belief that PR should focus on translating clients' needs into those of the media.

Our results since Paul formed PGC in 2007 have been outstanding (please do look at our Testimonials page) and we’d love to tell you more about what we’ve achieved. Of course we can only provide a thumbnail sketch here but if you feel this might be the kind of travel PR you're looking for, then why not get in touch with us and let us tell you more?
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