Gay Travel Blogs & Articles Featuring:

The Nomadic Boys, Scruffy Italian Traveler, Asianmapleleaf & more

Victoria with Kids: 18 activities to wow kids and adults alike

Victoria with Kids: 18 activities to wow kids and adults alike Can you spare a share? Hopefully you followed along as we were exploring Victoria BC with kids… or on our own… or during Christmas or Valentines Day. Yes, we go to Victoria often, but it’s because we love it… 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 Can you spare a share? 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… Read more »

Canada 150 and Quebec Getaway

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Canada and we were fortunate enough to pass through Ottawa on July 1st to be part of the celebration. We arrived on the morning of Canada Day and the city was alive! There was a sea of people wearing red and white, eagerly… Read more »

MLK National Historic Site with kids: learning about civil rights in Atlanta

MLK National Historic Site with kids: learning about civil rights in Atlanta Can you spare a share? Something that we always try to do with our kids, particularly since we are worldschooling, them is visiting historical sites. We visit Atlanta Georgia quite frequently and I’ve gotten the chance to go… Read more »

The amazing Yosemite Valley tram tour

The amazing Yosemite Valley tram tour Can you spare a share? While we typically just do our own thing and plot out sights we want to see, every now and then we’ll do a tour.  National Parks are so easy to explore on your own, especially when you’re planning on… 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 »

What’s It Like to Sail A Windjammer? Here’s Our Video Answer!

What’s It Like to Sail A Windjammer?
Here’s Our Video Answer!

Sure we’re all familiar with big mega cruise ships, but what’s it like to cruise the Caribbean on a windjammer with 25 other fellow shipmates. Is it for me? Your answer awaits below as the newest ship of the fleet, Vela, sails in all her glory. Our Inaugural Voyages October… Read more »

Summertime in SoCal travel journal: Disney’s Pixar Pier Premiere and exploring San Diego

Summertime in SoCal travel journal: Disney’s Pixar Pier Premiere and exploring San Diego Can you spare a share? We’re back in Southern California, aka SoCal! What are we doing here? Great question! We’ve got lots of fun plans in store, from having some fun in Disneyland with the kids to… Read more »

Yosemite National Park family travel guide

Yosemite National Park family travel guide Can you spare a share? Yosemite National Park is one of the most visited or dreamed about destinations in the United States.  Can you blame everyone for wanting to explore the valleys and peaks that are the subject of countless Ansel Adams photographs?  Who… Read more »

Universal Orlando with Small Kids: how to make sure everyone has a blast

Universal Orlando with Small Kids: how to make sure everyone has a blast Can you spare a share? We’ve been really fortunate to get to partner with the Universal Orlando Resort this year. With so many fun trips to Orlando, it’s given us loads of insight into how to visit… Read more »