Purple Roofs LGBT Travel News Round-Up – September 30th

Published Date Author: , September 30th, 2015

In addition to our regular travel articles, we’re starting a regular travel round-up, for those stories that don’t warrant a full posting on the blog, or that we didn’t have time to add. Enjoy!

That Gay Guy: Barda Talks Gay Life in Bali (That Gay Backpacker)
Hi Barda. You grew up in East Java, Indonesia. What was it like to grow up there? I grew up in a village in East Java where everyone knows everyone which is not a bad thing.
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What Happens When I People Watch (Breakaway Backpacker)
I’m sitting here in a 1st class fast train going from Warsaw to Krakow in Poland. I’m in Poland… didn’t even have that in my plans when I left home over 7 months ago.
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Poland - Jaime Davila

Switzerland is Beautiful (Travels of Adam)
I guess it’s what I always expected. Switzerland, with its glacial lakes, the Alps and all the nature, it’s all very stunning.
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Travels of Adam

A One-Day Walking Tour of San Francisco (Shermans Travel)
Traveling to San Francisco with only a day to explore? Throw on a pair of comfortable walking shoes, grab your camera, and set out to see the city on foot with this walking itinerary that traverses the city’s best landmarks and most charming neighborhoods.
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Coit Tower, San Francisco

Get Ready for Gay Days at Disneyland (Shermans Travel)
No, the picture at left is not one of the rides, but there are pool parties, drag queens. and more red T-shirts than you can shake your stick at. This “unofficial” event attracts more than 30,000 visitors and is inclusive and family-friendly. Check out the gallery here courtesy of the fine folks who organize Gay Days Anaheim 2015, happening this Friday through Sunday.
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Gay Days Disney

Photos: Hot Guys From Folsom Street Fair (The Advocate)
The Folsom Street Fair – the world’s largest leather/kink/S&M festival – returned to the sunshine city yesterday (Sunday 27 September), for its 13th outing. And of course, it was a huge success.
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Tulsa: A Guide for Visiting This Up-and-Coming, Budget-Friendly City (Shermans Travel)
When crude prices dropped in the 1980s, Tulsa, Oklahoma, the former “Oil Capitol of the World,” dried up like a played-out well. But in just the past few years, this Art Deco-dotted city along the Arkansas River has gotten a second wind.
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