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Japan itinerary 10 days – a Japan trip blog by Nomadic Boys

The Yaeyama islands make up the southernmost inhabited archipelago of Japan, some 2,000 kilometres (1,242 miles) from Tokyo. This group of untouched islands offer a total change of scenery in a subtropical climate. This is the ideal destination to unwind and experience the natural beauty of the Japanese jungle, unspoiled beaches and pristine reefs…. Read more »

Yala or Udawalale: which is the best Safari in Sri Lanka?

Yala or Udawalale: which is the best Safari in Sri Lanka?

Sri Lanka travel recommendations Transportation: first, there is no need to stress about getting taxis around the capital. Uber is heavily used in Colombo Airport and in Colombo. If you’ve never used it before, we give you your 1st ride for free using this link. To get to Kandy, Nuwara Elya or Ella,… Read more »

Gay Córdoba: a pink guide to Argentina’s second city

Where did all the young pretty Argentinian gay boys go? Córdoba! This is the geographical heart of Argentina, famous for having the country’s oldest university and one of the fewest offering free education for all. As a result, Córdoba has a large student population – some claim up to 20%… Read more »

Nomadic Boys: How To Keep Fit When Travelling

We love our food. A lot! The first thing we do in each new destination we visit is set out to discover all the local flavours. The delicious cuisine of Japan and yummy curries of Sri Lanka are stand out favourites. Some cuisines are not only delicious but also quite… Read more »

Gay Gran Canaria: guide to the best gay bars, clubs and events

Gran Canaria is a notorious gay destination in Europe, specifically in Playa del Ingles in the South. The island has always been a beacon of tolerance whilst in the olden days, mainland Spain used to have an extremely hostile conservative attitude led by the Catholic Church. The Canary Islands were… Read more »

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 »

Gay Buenos Aires: our gay travel guide to La Reina del Plata

Fresh off the plane, our Porteño friends Pablo and Gustavo welcomed us, and took us straight to the Pepo Pepona gay restaurant in Palermo so we could have our first taster of the famous Argentinian steak. Just as we were tucking into our bife de chorizo, the restaurant’s entertainment started: a handsome (extremely… Read more »

5 tips for how to get the best business class flights

This is a guest post by London based gay blogger, David Wides – The Travelling Mo: After taking advantage of a great business class deal a few years ago, I have found it increasingly difficult to turn right on a long haul flight. So I now carefully craft my travelling… Read more »

Rosario: gay guide to the best bars, clubs and hotels in Rosario

Gay Rosario is ripe, ready and just waiting for the gay boys to head on over. Historically, there’s always been an active gay scene here and as a result, it’s a popular destination for the Buenos Aires boys. Rosario rivals Córdoba as the country’s 2nd city. It has around 1.3 million… Read more »