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About Nick

On a quad in Costa Rica

Nick is the photographer – check out photos from the journey here.

Nick is a more handsome and younger version of his hero Ray Mears. Nick makes his own knives. In fact he makes lots of things and pretty much built our house.

He is fascinated by wildlife and remarkably knowledgable about every sort of creature. When he grows up, he would like to be Dr Doolittle, but until then Nick will be travelling around the world documenting our journey with his camera. You can also follow and contact him here.

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8 Comments leave one →
  1. Nick permalink
    November 1, 2008 1:10 am

    I’m not sure the word hero is quite accurate, although I certainly enjoy watching Ray Mears document peoples cultures and bushcraft around the world. I have also been enthralled by Bruce Parry and his travels. Both have inspired me and personally I can’t wait to get going, and who better to go with than Gaia, my partner. We have travelled together to some amazing places already, notably Madagascar, where I took the picture at the top of the page. With her skills as a writer and scientific knowledge and my love of photography, I hope we can put together an engaging package. Nick

  2. annabel and matthew permalink
    December 15, 2008 7:02 pm

    Hello Uncle Nick

    We have enjoyed reading gaias notes on your trip so far, we have written your first stop on our map

    Did you see mount everest? are the trees very big?? which reptiles do you hope to see?

    We loved looking at your reptile photos, and your swing /hammock video

    love from

    matthew and annabel xx

  3. bikespod permalink
    December 18, 2008 2:48 am

    Dear Mat and Annie

    Its great to hear from you, we are now in a remote village called Nangi which is 6 hours climb from the valley and another 4 hours walk. The people are lovely and frriendly.
    We didnt see mount everest as its on the other side of the country.
    The trees are not any bigger than normal, but the mountains are, its beautiful here.
    We haven’t seen any reptiles as yet, its winter here so they are all hiding as its not warm enough
    Love Uncle Nick

  4. bikespod permalink
    December 28, 2008 6:14 am

    well we survived 4 days trekking, and I will tell a condensed version of the trip on my blog at bikespod.com
    hope you all had a good Xmas.
    Nick

  5. Auntie Ruth permalink
    January 10, 2009 3:32 pm

    Dear Gaia and Nick, I feel as if you are in another world so far from my lifestyle and I am really envious now knowing there is no chance of ever being able to do anything like it. So I will keep watching this space and following your travels. Thank you both. The writing is so descriptive and photographs so good.

    Have a great trip and keep writing.

    Much love Ruth xxxxx

  6. April 9, 2009 3:03 pm

    Would love to be in yours and Gaia’s shoes for a month, in exchange for you to be in this house, deal????

    • gaiavince permalink*
      April 11, 2009 9:01 am

      Deal! We LOVE your house. Come and join us in the meantime. x

  7. Arafat Kabir permalink
    January 14, 2013 7:14 pm

    I really appreciate your photographs on my home city khulna’s slum life. I look forward to helping you should you need in future.

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