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.


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In praise of the British drinking culture

In praise of the British drinking culture

I have been in Mexico City for a little under one month now. Before I arrived here, I was travelling for around ten months in various far-flung places. I generally think that it’s a great idea to “live like a local” even if using the phrase does make you look like a complete and total...
5 London novels that you should read immediately.

5 London novels that you should read immediately.

Travel hasn’t always been an interest of mine. Actually, up until a couple of years ago it wasn’t on my agenda at all. I recall being eighteen years old (ten years ago!), between A Levels and University, and thinking that anybody who took a gap year was just a little bit strange. My love of...
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 a gay tourist/traveller/nomad type visiting London Town for the first time, you won’t want to waste any time in finding the right Gaybourhood for you. Whether you’re...
Kingsland Road: A taste of Vietnam in London Town

Kingsland Road: A taste of Vietnam in London Town

Photo courtesy of noodlepie. The amount of time I’ve spent on this one road in my adult years amounts to, well, a lot of time. Why? Because it’s fun, noisy, cool, and a bit smelly – it’s everything I want a city street to be. Kingsland Road begins in Shoreditch, the epicentre of London Cool,...
5 Places for a Daytime Date in East London

5 Places for a Daytime Date in East London

If you’re in London Town for a while, you might fancy making the most of the city’s bash-your-head-against-the-wall dating scene. I can’t say I had the best of luck dating in East London, but that doesn’t mean that I didn’t go on my fair share of dates. If, like me, you end up absolutely obliterated...
Your Guide to London Theatre. Not the West End Guff

Your Guide to London Theatre. Not the West End Guff

I am an A-Grade homosexual, ticking all the homosexual boxes. Obsessions with teenage female pop stars – tick. Not being able to walk past a sex shop without buying a bottle of Poppers – tick. Quoting ‘Mean Girls’ at every available opportunity (“Is butter a carb?” ) – tick. But when it comes to musical-loving,...
London Fields, The Trendiest Park in all the Land

London Fields, The Trendiest Park in all the Land

The city that I tend to call my home is greyer than most and yet it is perfectly set up for outdoor living. London Town is chock-full of green spaces, and on those rare and special occasions that the sun chooses to nod its head in Britain’s direction, there are a huge number of parks...
How to get boozed up in Gay London for under a tenner

How to get boozed up in Gay London for under a tenner

London is an accommodating place. Head out for a night on the town in Gay London, and you’ll run into blonde twinky types, Spanish bears, muscled Gaysians, art school hipsters, and just about every other variety of gay and lady-gay in between. For all of the grey weather and constant drizzle, London is a pretty...
Photos: A spot of Hackney street art

Photos: A spot of Hackney street art

Street art, graffiti, whatever you want to call it – I love it. For me, graffiti represents the changeable nature of the city, how a city can be a canvas manipulated by its inhabitants as opposed to a static backdrop. This is exactly what a city should be (and why I’ll never be able to...