How's it goin'? David here - a full time homosexual type who's a bit keen on travel. On December 31st 2012, I flew to Bangkok to kick off a massive travel adventure. Expect posts about hot locals, dodgy gay bars, and how the humidity is messin' with my hair. Currently in Mexico.


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11 Things Every Gay Boy Should Know Before Visiting Barcelona

11 Things Every Gay Boy Should Know Before Visiting Barcelona

I have just returned from a hella awesome and hella gay trip with the #mygaypride crew in Barcelona. The largest city in Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain has huge amounts to offer for every gay traveller, but it is always good to have a heads up about...
That Gay Guy: M.A.H talks gay life in Lahore, Pakistan

That Gay Guy: M.A.H talks gay life in Lahore, Pakistan

I am so MEGA EXCITED to introduce this new feature on my blog: That Gay Guy. Instead of focusing on my own travels and gay experiences, I am going to open things up and interview gay guys from all different parts of the world. I’ve already felt enlightened and educated...
Exploring the gay beaches of Mexico

Exploring the gay beaches of Mexico

The next time that you group your friends together for a gaycation, there is only one place that you should visit and that place is Mexico. As well as finding yourself in the land of delicious tacos, ridiculously cheap beer, and hot Latins, you will also have the opportunity to...
Curiosity got the better of me - watching a gay sex show in Bangkok.

Curiosity got the better of me – watching a gay sex show in Bangkok.

  Y’know how just a matter of days ago I wrote a post about the gay scene in Silom, Bangkok, but neglected to write about the seedier massage and sex show joints because in my own words “that business is not for me”. Well scrap that – just a few...
The Ultimate Guide to London's Gay Neighbourhoods (Gaybourhoods)

The Ultimate Guide to London’s Gay Neighbourhoods (Gaybourhoods)

London is a cracking city. It is also huge – so huge that when you first arrive it can be hard to find your place. If you are on your gay travel adventures and visiting London Town for the first time, you won’t want to waste any time in finding...
How should a homo pack for a long-term backpacking trip?

How should a homo pack for a long-term backpacking trip?

So this is my suitcase of accessories, brimming with homo must haves such as ties, bow-ties, belts, brooches, braces, cummerbunds and err… Mexican wrestling masks. Opening this treasure of bedazzled trinkets fills me with a sense of calm. Yes, I do have the bow-tie to match the colour of my...
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Manuel Antonio: Gay Paradise in Costa Rica

Manuel Antonio: Gay Paradise in Costa Rica

I don’t know about you, but when I think of Central America, I don’t immediately think of it as an amazingly gay friendly part of the world. But of all the places to go to in Central America, Costa Rica is probably the best choice for gay guys. The capital city, San Jose, has its...
Why I will not travel without coconut oil

Why I will not travel without coconut oil

When you travel a lot, you simply can’t have access to all of the hair and beauty items that you would normally have at home. They take up hella space inside your backpack, they are heavy, and when you are moving from place to place, you will want to travel as lightly as possible. I...
Snorkelling with turtles in Tulum with Yucatan Diving & Travel

Snorkelling with turtles in Tulum with Yucatan Diving & Travel

A week ago, I arrived in Tulum, and I was mostly excited about visiting so that I could experience some of the unique tours here. Tulum is more than a place where you just lie on the beach, although that’s a great thing to do too – it’s a place where you can try your...
Hotel Review: Corazon de Jade in Tulum

Hotel Review: Corazon de Jade in Tulum

In between leaving Oaxaca and heading back to London, I treated myself to six nights in Tulum. I am no stranger to this corner of Mexico because the cheapest flights to Europe from Mexico are always from Cancun – if I were to fly from DF, I would have to pay double the price. But...
Saying goodbye to Oaxaca

Saying goodbye to Oaxaca

You know the type of scene in the movies when a steam train starts to choo choo and pull out of the station, and a sad looking figure, hunched in his seat, peers out of the window as rain starts to patter against the glass? He timidly waves a goodbye to his lover, presumably going...
Pride and Parties: New York’s Annual Gay Pride

Pride and Parties: New York’s Annual Gay Pride

NYC Pride 2015 takes centre stage in the city that never sleeps for a celebration of all things LGBT. You’ll have opportunities to party, protest, and commune during the week of activities from June 21st to 28th in the Big Apple. The event commemorates the riots of June 28th, 1969 at the Stonewall Inn in...
London Gay Pride: Beyond The Parade

London Gay Pride: Beyond The Parade

There are two things that make London stand out for me as one of the greatest cities in the world. The first is how gay it is. I’m really lucky to have been born in a city that is pretty progressive in terms of gay rights and is inclusive of people with all kinds of...
The 5 Best Places to Eat in Oaxaca

The 5 Best Places to Eat in Oaxaca

Not sure whether to write a restaurants post, a markets post, or a street food post, I decided to combine the three and simply give you the best five spots for chowing down in Oaxaca. In this city, bad food is kinda hard to come by so you can guarantee that my top five picks...
Instagramming Oaxaca: Part 2

Instagramming Oaxaca: Part 2

Since returning to Oaxaca on New Year’s Eve, my love for this city has been completely cemented. It feels almost as much of a home to me as my own birth place, London, and although I am heading back to Europe in the summer, I have absolutely no doubt that I’ll be living here again...
The virtues of staying exactly where you are

The virtues of staying exactly where you are

So I’m the travel blogger who is going to tell you why you shouldn’t travel. To be clear about my intentions here, I am playing devil’s advocate and getting to grips with my own thoughts about this. I definitely don’t think that travelling is a bad thing – hello, I’m living that life, and I’ve...
Sponsored Video: Memories of Brighton

Sponsored Video: Memories of Brighton

I’ve been living in Mexico for nearly a year and a half now – can you believe it? But, while that’s been great, I’m closing the chapter on Mexico and I am mega excited to be back in the UK this summer. On June 5th, I fly from Cancun to London, and I’m going to...
11 Coolest Things to Do In Xela (Quetzaltenango)

11 Coolest Things to Do In Xela (Quetzaltenango)

At the end of 2014, I spent a couple of months in Guatemala, and Xela (otherwise known as Quetzaltenango) was definitely my favourite spot there. It’s not the prettiest spot in Guatemala, it’s definitely not the warmest, but it has something. The city has a bit of grit to it, but it still feels totally...
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