The tour guide has a history of taking on difficult subjects in order to educate tourists and help them appreciate what it’s like to be a part of an extraordinary journey.
”If we don’t have to, we’re more comfortable being cool and tear off our pants,” said tour guide Paul Wilson, whose show, Walking with Duds, is being aired on Channel Nine this week.
”But if you’re like me and you’re wearing pants, we’d rather tear them off.”
The tour is being filmed for an upcoming documentary that will explore how we become ”cool and tear our pants”.
It will also be screened in Australia at the National Theatre in Canberra and is scheduled to air nationally in 2018.
Mr Wilson said it was a ”cool thing to do”.
”It’s a little bit of a weird thing, but it’s the way you learn how to be cool.”
There’s something about being a part-time tour guide and not being a full-time one, because you’re just being an observer.”
The more you get to know a city, the more you understand the people, the places, the history, and then you can make decisions about what you want to do.”
For example, Mr Wilson had to make a decision about whether to take the tour on the back of a car that was sitting in a parking lot, or a trailer that was waiting to be unloaded.
He was looking for a way to get people to do a ”wedding” at his venue, but decided the car was a better option.
”I thought, why not get a bride and her friends and have the bride get into the back seat and go on the tour, so she can get the experience of it, and you get her back into the car afterwards,” Mr Wilson recalled.
The couple have been on a tour of Washington, DC since 2013.
When Mr Williams is not working as a tour guide, he is a sports commentator for Fox Sports. “
When you see someone on a bike, you can see the history and culture of the city and it’s so fascinating,” Mr Williams said.
When Mr Williams is not working as a tour guide, he is a sports commentator for Fox Sports.
Mr Williams has been doing this job for 13 years.
A spokesman for the National Cinema told ABC Radio Perth the show was ”an incredibly exciting and informative, albeit often uncomfortable and difficult, experience”.
Mr Wilson said he found the tour a ”really positive and fulfilling experience”.”
We love it, we’ve got lots of great people in it, a really interesting time in the city, a lot of fun and people that want to come, and we get to meet so many different people.”
It’s not only an educational experience for us, it’s also a fun and challenging one.