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Gay Tokyo: travel guide to Tokyo’s best gay bars, clubs and hotels

Japan is one of the leaders of gay rights in Asia. Surprising isn’t it? Japanese society is so regimented, conservative, with strict social norms and little room for acceptance for anything different. Despite this, Japan (along with Taiwan) is one of the few countries in Asia which has truly started to accept… Read more »

Birthday Getaway in Miami

I always plan a trip around my birthday since it’s the perfect excuse (not that I NEED one) to get away and go on vacation. This year, I decided to go to Miami!! I was initially a bit worried since it was hurricane season (June to November) and the forecast… Read more »

The Santa Monic Pier: it’s okay to play tourist, really.

The Santa Monic Pier: it’s okay to play tourist, really. Can you spare a share? Can you think of anything that is more Southern California than visiting the Santa Monica Pier? I don’t think we could name a single thing. Well, maybe a day in San Diego on the Beach… Read more »

Couples Weekend in Las Vegas: how to plan and enjoy time away

Couples Weekend in Las Vegas: how to plan and enjoy time away Can you spare a share? We’re not the only Dads that find value in breaking away from the kids for a weekend.  Our friends over at 2 Dads with Baggage also try to get some time away when… Read more »

First Time Cruising (…on a ship)

Please follow us and share! As someone who loves to travel, the idea of being “trapped” on a ship was something that I always avoided. I was not sure if I liked the idea of not being able to plan my own itinerary, and to only visit each island/location for… Read more »

Disneyland without Kids: what to do and how to do it

Disneyland without Kids: what to do and how to do it Can you spare a share? Let’s just start by making it clear: it’s perfectly fine to do Disneyland without kids. Whether you want to visit and leave the kids at home or maybe you don’t have kids, that’s fine…. Read more »

Celebrating Pride Month: Meet HueyDavid

Huey and David were one of my first Instagram friends. I met them years back when I was still living in Toronto, and I was so excited to have new instafriends, especially at a time when I didn’t have many followers. Huey and David are super cute together! They are another… Read more »

Celebrating Pride Month: Adam Monastero

I’m back with another fun Q&A. I hope you’ve enjoying ‘meeting’ or getting to know more about my special guests, including the Nomadic Boys, Roxanne Weijer and Maartje Hensen from Once Upon a Journey, and HueyDavid. Today, I am interviewing the super talented YouTube content creator – Adam Monastero.   Tell us a little about… Read more »

California Central Coast Road Trip Itinerary: castles, wine and more

California Central Coast Road Trip Itinerary: castles, wine and more Can you spare a share? What could be more perfect any time of year than a California Central Coast road trip? Nothing. Leaving the SoCal area out of Los Angeles and heading north up the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), you’re… Read more »

Making the Most of Two Days at Universal Orlando Resort

Making the Most of Two Days at Universal Orlando Resort Can you spare a share? While we could easily spend a week at the Universal Orlando Resort, most families are only going to get a few days to explore and enjoy the parks. We brainstormed and polled the kids on… Read more »