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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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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How to find an apartment in Oaxaca

How to find an apartment in Oaxaca

I was beyond excited to move to Oaxaca earlier this year, but one thing was troubling me. Exactly how would I go about finding an apartment? I was so worried about being holed up in a hostel for weeks that I covered all bases and was able to find my dream studio apartment in just...
That Gay Guy: Yareth Talks Gay Life in Rotterdam, the Netherlands

That Gay Guy: Yareth Talks Gay Life in Rotterdam, the Netherlands

That Gay Guy is an interview series with, you guessed it, gay guys from all over the world. Instead of focusing on my own limited homo travel adventures, this series gives me (and you, hopefully) the chance to discover just what life is like for gay people in different parts of the world. This time...
Your Guide to Gay Ibiza

Your Guide to Gay Ibiza

Everybody knows that Ibiza is the #1 party destination in Europe. But did you also know that Ibiza holidays are not just reserved for the heteros? In fact, Ibiza has a tonne of gay life that is yours for the taking. On Ibiza, the party island of Europe, you will be able to find gay...
Safe Sex During Gay Pride

Safe Sex During Gay Pride

Hrrrrrrnk. We are in the thick of Gay Pride season, and with more than 50 annual LGBT events taking place throughout Europe in July and August, it’s time to party. BUT it’s essential that you do so responsibly, especially when it comes to homo bumpin’. Image by Andrea Morasso Do you have a Condom? There...
Oaxaca’s Feria del Mezcal: The Ultimate Booze-fest

Oaxaca’s Feria del Mezcal: The Ultimate Booze-fest

One of the Oaxaca’s most treasured exports is mezcal. The people here are fiercely proud of this intoxicating substance, which is made from the agave plant (just like tequila) and with good reason – it’s delicious. If you have never tried mezcal before, you can think of it as the cousin of tequila. It definitely...
Oaxaca's street art: Part 2

Oaxaca’s street art: Part 2

One of the first ever posts I created for my humble little blog was about Oaxaca’s street art. The first time that I visited Oaxaca was in 2010 and at that time I had travelled to relatively few places. I was enraptured by everything around me, but now that I am living here, I realised...
Does London have the best arts culture in the world?

Does London have the best arts culture in the world?

It’s about eight months since I’ve been in my beloved London, and it’s at about this time that I start to feel pangs of homesickness. Not the kind of homesickness that makes me want to up and leave my new home in Mexico, but homesickness nevertheless. One of the things that I really miss about...
Your guide to to Oaxaca's Guelaguetza festival

Your guide to to Oaxaca’s Guelaguetza festival

July has long been one of my favourite months of the year. When I was a kid, it meant that the end of the school year had arrived, and in my twenties living in London, it meant lazy weekends spent hanging out on the grass of London Fields with disposable barbecues and cans of beer....
The 5 best gay bars in Manchester

The 5 best gay bars in Manchester

Manchester is undoubtedly the gay heartland of the north of England, and although I am a London boy through and through, when I was living in the UK, I would often make weekend trips to Manchester to make the most of the friendly gay scene there. And it certainly doesn’t hurt that the drinks in...
Oaxaca street foods: Part 2 - Mercado 20 de Noviembre

Oaxaca street foods: Part 2 – Mercado 20 de Noviembre

There are endless reasons to visit Oaxaca in Mexico – the incredible churches, the friendly people, the connection to indigenous cultures, and the list goes on. But right up there has to be Oaxaca’s food culture. Whenever you tell a Mexican that you are travelling to Oaxaca, they will regale you with food stories of...
Oaxaca street foods: Part 1 - Nieves la Soledad

Oaxaca street foods: Part 1 – Nieves la Soledad

If you don’t know too much about glorious Oaxaca in central-south Mexico, you might not be aware that this place is a bonafide gastronomic paradise. Like, f’realz, people travel half way around the world just to eat here and with good reason. In fact, I did just that on my first ever trip to Oaxaca...
Vintage shopping in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Hoooraaaay.

Vintage shopping in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Hoooraaaay.

When I visited my family in New York in Easter Time, the thing right at the top of my agenda was shopping. I am so the opposite of a minimalist traveller, and I like to have ALL my clothes with me at once. Right now, I am living in Oaxaca and I have about 15...