Purple Roofs LGBT Travel Round-Up – November 14th

Published Date Author: , November 14th, 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!

PEOPLE:
Exploring Asia: 17 images of hot gay travel bloggers Nomadic Boys (Nomadic Boys)
Meet Stefan and Sebastien – a handsome gay couple from London, who, 18 months ago, uprooted their lives to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
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HAITI:
Haiti: Why It’s Finally Time to Visit Again (Shermans Travel)
Haiti’s bouts of political upheaval and devastating natural disasters have made global news over the last few decades.
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INDONESIA:
Villa Awang Awang: Gay Friendly Heaven in Ubud, Bali (Nomadic Boys)
Villa Awang Awang is a beautiful retreat located in the heart of the Balinese countryside, near Ubud.
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INDONESIA:
Martas Hotel: Your Love Nest On Gili Trawangan In Indonesia (Nomadic Boys)
It was a bumpy boat ride from Lombok. Sebastien stepped out of the boat, turned around and saw far away the all mighty Mount Rinjani, where we were trekking just hours before.
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JAMAICA:
Caribbean Beaches Guide – Doctor’s Cave Beach, Jamaica (Go Girlfriend)
Since 1932 flip-flop wearing sun seekers have replaced both the doctor and the cave that once defined Doctor’s Cave Beach.
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UK:
How a Brick Lane Café Came To Be The Symbol of London’s Gentrification (Travels of Adam)
We agreed to visit it together, maybe because we were too ashamed to visit it alone. I was with my friend and colleague Nicole, a food tour guide.
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USA, CALIFORNIA:
Photos: Pride In Palm Springs (Advocate)
Palm Springs, the LGBT paradise situated in the southern California desert, hosts the final Pride celebration of each year in the U.S. Thousands attended the 29th annual parade this year, reports The Desert Sun.
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Photo by Tommy Wu

Photo by Tommy Wu

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