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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Posts tagged "Nightlife"
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...
6 of the best gay (friendly) pubs in East London

6 of the best gay (friendly) pubs in East London

Need somewhere to find a gay friendly pint in Hackney or the East London area? I’ve got you covered… The George and Dragon – 2 Hackney Rd, E2 7NS Back when I lived in the East, I can’t tell you how many times the words “Wanna meet at the George and Dragon tonight?” fell out...
Oaxaca's gay strip club: La Costa

Oaxaca’s gay strip club: La Costa

A quick Google search about gay life in Oaxaca, Mexico is desperately uninspiring, at least for somebody like me who is used to life in big cities where a whole breadth of gay nightlife and gay experiences can be found. But now I find myself in the beautiful in oh so many ways city of...
The 3 greatest gay clubs in Mexico City

The 3 greatest gay clubs in Mexico City

Mexico City is super super gay. Like, one of the greatest places for gay travel I have ever visited in my life. And that’s why I have found it so hard to write anything about gay culture here. Usually I write about the small pockets of gay culture that exist abroad, but here, the gay...
Mexico City's pulque revolution

Mexico City’s pulque revolution

WTF is pulque? – I hear you ask. Well, pulque is a traditional Mexican alcoholic drink that resembles fruit flavoured semen in both taste and texture. Wait, come back. It’s actually really nice, and its popularity is on the rise here in Mexico City. It is made from the agave plant, which is exactly the...
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...
24 hours in Puerto Vallarta

24 hours in Puerto Vallarta

The regular way of writing a post about a travel destination is to talk about your highlights, to let people know the best places to go, to inform them of your secret insider information, or to tell a horrifying story about a place and why they shouldn’t visit it. Often the point of a narrative...
A wee introduction to Singapore’s gay nightlife

A wee introduction to Singapore’s gay nightlife

Okay, gays. Usually when I visit a new place, I try to really get the scoop on the gay scene there. But because I was only in Singapore for a week, and because the price of boozin’ there is astronomical, I didn’t quite immerse myself in all things homo to the extent that I would...
Getting to know the gay bars of Phnom Penh

Getting to know the gay bars of Phnom Penh

The gay scene in Phnom Penh is not limited to drag, but err, I only took photos of drag queens. I have been in Phnom Penh for a couple of months, and it’s taken me this long to put together my thoughts about the gay nightlife here and let you all know about it. I...
Exploring Hanoi by night: Coffee, beers, and homosexuals

Exploring Hanoi by night: Coffee, beers, and homosexuals

When I arrived in Hanoi, I was more than a little taken aback. I am a total city boy at heart, born and raised in London, and it’s not often that a city makes me feel unsettled but that’s what happened when I arrived in the Vietnamese capital. The place is crammed full of people...
Having a gay old time in Vientiane.

Having a gay old time in Vientiane.

Look, nobody goes to Laos specifically for the gay culture. Not even me. The capital city, Vientiane, is a small, sleepy place that has a total population of around 210,000. This is no bustling Asian capital like Bangkok or Taipei that can cater to every homo under the sun. So, when I turned up in...
The Khao San Road hating snobs can do one.

The Khao San Road hating snobs can do one.

Khao San Road – three words that inspire the fiercest reactions in people. Before I left London for Bangkok, I had read a decent number of blogs that pretty much only had bad things to say about this infamous road in Thailand’s capital city. I was so frightened by this unanimous dislike of the street...