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Seriously, just go travel: why you shouldn’t write off a destination

Seriously, just go travel: why you shouldn’t write off a destination We travel a ton.  That’s our family schtick:  “2 dads raising their 2 sons and traveling the globe, giving the kids a broad world view. Traveling, parenting, and experiencing culture.”  We like to go to the common tourist destinations… Read more »

Celebrating Pride Month: A Special Q&A with Barry

A special Q&A with Barry aka @asianmapleleaf – Learn what’s beyond the ‘About’ section on asianmapleleaf.com Tell us about yourself. My name is Barry. I am 28… at heart. Age is just a number, right?! =) I am the middle child with two brothers – Alex and Calvin (my parents named… Read more »

Gay Travel Networking Drinks – London, November 9th

Gay Travel Networking Drinks – London, November 9th

Gay Travel Networking Drinks I am happy to announce a new exciting occasion to meet me!  Please join me on Thursday, 9th November, for a Gay Travel Networking Event at the Comptons of  Soho, London from 6.30 pm. You will find us on the first floor. Come meet like-minded friends willing to find travel companions for… Read more »

Scruffy Itallian Traveller: Gay Caribbean Cruise

An all Gay Caribbean Adventure? Yes! He had one of the most amazing adventures of his life sailing in the Caribbean. As you already know, Scruffy Gios partnered with Outings and Adventures this October. He flew to the Caribbean and enjoyed a Gay Sailing cruise on a windjammer for one full… Read more »

Asia Adventure Part 3 – Shanghai

Shanghai is the gateway to China for many travelers, and is a great introduction to the country and its people. You can shop in high-end venues for designer items, or stroll through the backstreets for photo opportunities or to hunt for interesting trinkets and traditional Chinese handicrafts. Shanghai literally means… Read more »

Weekend Escape: Vegas for Non-Gamblers

Sin City is filled with bright lights, interesting sights, sounds, food, drinks, and of course, casinos! But what if you don’t want to gamble? Don’t worry. Vegas has a lot more to offer than what first meets the eyes. Here’s a non-gamblers guide to Las Vegas: Grand Canyon Chances are… Read more »

Cabrillo National Monument: the gem of San Diego

Cabrillo National Monument: the gem of San Diego San Diego, California is such a popular west coast destination.  We all love to head to SoCal for the nearly guaranteed sunshine and beaches where you can actually swim.  And the coastal vibe is so different, with bare feet everywhere and flowers… Read more »

Exploring San Juan, Puerto Rico: from strolling Old Town to kayaking the lagoon

Exploring San Juan, Puerto Rico: from strolling Old Town to kayaking the lagoon After spending a few days diggin’ on the incredible nature of Puerto Rico’s east coast, we relocated to San Juan, the capital.  Wow!  What a city!  From the historic forts and Old San Juan to the vibrant… Read more »

Wine Country: World Class Cheese

There’s no shortage of opportunities to buy wine while exploring the nation’s best vineyards, but what about the beverage’s best friend, cheese? These cheese shops around the nation provide an impressive selection of delicious, often unusual dairy products within close proximity to popular wine tasting regions. Here is the magnificent… Read more »

Finding the Trinidad Head Lighthouse

Finding the Trinidad Head Lighthouse When you live on the coast you get accustomed to certain maritime things.  You know, like hearing fog horns, continually sweeping up sand in your house, having lighthouses in half of your family photos.  We love lighthouses, but then you probably already knew that.  While… Read more »