Lesbian Travel: Exploring Carlsbad Caverns National Park – Free Wheel Drive

Author: , July 2nd, 2018

Lesbian Travel: Exploring Carlsbad Caverns National Park - Free Wheel Drive

On to Carlsbad Caverns National Park! It’s so close to the Guadalupe Mountains National Park that we were able to stay at the same campground just inside of New Mexico from Texas. Carlsbad Caverns National Monument was created in 1923 by President Calvin Coolidge and then it was made into a national park in 1930.

We love a good national park visitor center. They are like little free museums. A great place to learn about the history of the area.

To get into the cave you take a path around the visitor center to the Natural Entrance. Unfortunately, at the beginning of February, the bats have all migrated to Mexico for the winter so we didn’t get to see them fly out.

By Camrin LaFond – Full Story at Free Wheel Drive

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Rubber Sex Toy in Sacred Cave Offends Thai Village

Author: , November 1st, 2014

Sex Toy in Thailand CaveVillagers in Krabi, Thailand, a small town on the west coast of southern Thailand at the mouth of the Krabi River, are in an uproar after someone left a large, factory-made dildo in their sacred cave.

The offending item, which local media have described as “a large, pink faded sex toy,” was discovered in the Phra Nang Cave, nicknamed the “Phallus Shrine,” a place where locals leave dong-shaped offerings for a goddess named Phra Nang. But the rule is the offerings must be made out of wood, not rubber. Hence the village unrest. “We believe it was left there by a tourist who doesn’t really understand local beliefs,” Komart Paenkerd, who works for the Krabi Provincial Cultural Office, told the Phuket Gazette.

According to legend, Phra Nang was the wife of a fisherman who became lost at sea. She lived out the rest of her lonely days in the cave, pining for her husband’s return. “Since antiquity, it is believed by locals that putting wooden Palad khik penis carvings in the cave will evoke the spirit of ‘Phra Nang’ and ensure that you find true love,” Paenkerd explained.

By Graham Gremore – Full Story at Queerty | Thailand Gay Travel Resources

Trinidad’s Disco in a Cave

Author: , May 13th, 2014

Cave Disco Trinidad & TobagoThis experience is something I’ve never really planned out or expected to do during my 16-day backpacking trip in Cuba almost two weeks ago. My Lonely Planet Guide Book doesn’t describe it like it’s really no big deal–I suspect, the writer is a terrible dancer! I certainly don’t doubt that. This should be a big deal because this is something that’s very unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience that could, perhaps, elevate your party life 5 notches above your fellow hedonists (you know who you are!) who have never been to a cave like this.

Caves are either beautiful or ugly. The beautiful ones are those with impressive stalactites and stalagmites. The ugly ones are full of bats and batshit. But, if you have fetish for shit, it’s ok. I’ll still move on with my life.

So, what exactly is the big fuss about this cave? Let me take you there.

By Alain – The Sojourner | Trinidad and Tobago Gay Travel Resources