Gay San Miguel de Allende – The Nomadic Boys

Gay San Miguel de Allende - The Nomadic Boys

You heard it here first, guys. gay San Miguel de Allende is not just a delicious beer – it’s also a stunningly beautiful city located in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico, perfect for romantic getaways.

Founded in the early 16th century, San Miguel de Allende is dripping in history and culture. Many landmarks date back to periods of intense conflict, and the fact they’re still standing today is a testament to the will of the people. This is one UNESCO listed gem you need to check out!

San Miguel has also become super popular with gay couples thanks to its draw as a romantic getaway and even as a wedding destination. The people are famous for being super friendly, religious but curious and tolerant of everyone. So much so that gay owned businesses have flourished over the years, from artists, jewelry designers, painters, sculptors and art galleries.

This is why we love San Miguel and rate it as one of our absolute favourite gay cities in Mexico – a sort of cultural alternative to gay party town Puerto Vallarta! Here is our gay travel guide to San Miguel de Allende to inspire you and help you plan your visit to the “Heart of Mexico”.

By Stefan Arestis – Full Story at the Nomadic Boys

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Gay Wales – The Globetrotter Guys

Gay Wales - The Globetrotter Guys

Wales has a special place in our hearts given Sion grew up in North Wales.

For those that have not been, Wales is part of the UK (i.e England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland) and is a beautiful country with incredible landscapes and lots of adventures to be had.

But what about gay Wales?

From Sion’s perspective he did not see the gay side of wales at all growing up, it was non-existent at that time. It was only when he arrived at University in the gay capital of the North, Manchester, that he experienced his first gay bar.

So instead, we connected with fellow gay travel blogger Jack who is from South Wales to tell all about what is on offer to the gay traveller coming to Wales today and how accepting the country is from his personal perspective.

For more about Wales, check out our guide to North Wales (we had so much fun!)

Gay Wales: An interview & travel advice with Jack

Hi Jack! If you could introduce yourself to our readers first that would be great before you tell us about gay Wales..

Hi! My name is Jack and I live in South Wales.

I created a travel Instagram and blog under the name Jack Runs The World, to be able to write about my travels, share travel tips, and share travel content.

It was something I had wanted to do for a while, but wasn’t sure how was best, and in the end I just decided to go for it, and it was one of the best things I’ve done!

I also write novels, mainly murder mystery, I work in TV when I’m not travelling, and I’ve recently started making music! 

By Sion & Ben – Full Story at the Globetrotter Guys

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Roussell’s Garden B&B – Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in Savannah, Georgia

Roussell's Garden B&B - Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in Savannah, Georgia


Welcome to Roussell’s Garden B&B, a stately 1888 Queen Anne style bed and breakfast in Savannah, Georgia.

Our Savannah B&B offers three guest rooms upstairs, and one on the ground floor, in the main house.

There’s a side porch outside, perfect for relaxing after a long day exploring all that Savannah has to offer.

**There is, also two rooms with king beds , in our new Carriage House. It also offers a great view from it’s balcony.**

The touch of the curved wooden banister of the elegant staircase, inside will make you feel this home is alive, as it radiates warmth and a welcome.

See the Roussel’s Garden B&B Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Georgia Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

The Imperial Citadel of Than Long – Keep Calm and Wander

The Imperial Citadel of Than Long - Keep Calm and Wander

The Imperial Citadel of Than Long in Hanoi is a UNESCO World Heritage site because of its cultural, political, and architectural significance. Unlike other UNESCO World Heritage Sites I’ve been to, the citadel was kind of a disappointment to me. I thought I was gonna see much more than just one edifice of a bygone era.

Standing or sitting at the facade gave me an impression of its well-maintained domain. But, of course, I was wrong! Go up and you will find its outgrown sods.

I believe that there is more to this sole structure but they’re not showing it -yet? The brochure I had said about objects (coins, ceramics) that were excavated in 2004 but I didn’t see one.

Full Story at Keep Calm and Wander

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Pinehurst Inn Bed & Breakfast – Gay Friendly B&B in Bayfield, Wisconsin

Pinehurst Inn Bed & Breakfast - Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in Bayfield, Wisconsin


Welcome to the Pinehurst Inn Bed & Breakfast, offering a great lodging experience in Bayfield, Wisconsin, close to Lake Superior.

Our North Woods bed and breakfast is consistently high-rated by our guests, and is one of the top ranked Bayfield B&Bs on TripAdvisor.

Sitting on three-and-a-half wooded acres, the Pinehurst Inn offers a quiet, peaceful environment from which to enjoy all that the North Woods of Wisconsin and the Bayfield have to offer. Come take in the majestic Lake and Apostle Islands and enjoy the area’s magnificent natural beauty by land or lake.

We’re open all four seasons – come experience winter, spring, summer or fall in the North Woods.

In summer and fall, take a boat tour or ferry ride, or kayak the Apostle Islands’ sea caves – there are so many things to do on Lake Superior.

Winter is time for snow shoeing, cross-country skiing, local downhill skiing and tubing, and many other snow sports. And if it gets cold enough you can experience the awe-inspiring ice caves and the ice road to Madeline Island.

See the Pinehurst Inn Bed & Breakfast Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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Frisco Lodge – Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in Frisco, Colorado

Frisco Lodge - Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in Frisco, Colorado


The Frisco Lodge is a charming, historic Colorado bed and breakfast in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.

The Lodge is much more than a place to rest your head – come stay with us in our historic lodge and take a trip back in time. The building was originally constructed in 1885 as a stagecoach stop for miners on their way to strike it rich in Idaho Springs. As soon as you enter, you’ll be immersed in yesteryear with our Victorian ambiance.

We offer:

* Complimentary bikes
* Free WiFi internet access
* HD Televisions with digital channels
* Movie library

After your day of adventure exploring the Rockies, you can relax in our soothing outdoor jacuzzi, and then warm up by our cozy fireplace.

Each evening we offer a happy hour with hors d’oeuvre and two glasses of wine.

In the mornings, our guests enjoy in instagram-worthy breakfast, complete with lattes and cappuccinos. Our legendary Belgian waffles and fresh fruit will give you the energy to take on our majestic Colorado mountains.

See the Frisco Lodge Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Gay Friendly Frisco Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Sri Lanka’s Kandy Lake – Keep Calm and Wander

Sri lanka's Kandy Lake - Keep Calm and Wander

The views around Kandy Lake are worth seeing. I recommend you walk around the lake and just enjoy it leisurely. Stop in a nearby cafe or under a shed if you needed to. Strolling around was actually kind of therapeutic to me after a whirlwind of sightseeing days before I arrived here. On my second day in Kandy, I had a whole morning free so I used the time to stroll around Kandy Lake.

After the early visit to the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, I told my driver I’d spend the rest of the morning strolling. He was okay with it and told me where to meet him afterwards.

Kandy Lake is a man-made lake that was built in 1807 to beautify the the country’s most sacred Buddhist temple.

By Alain – Full Story at Keep Calm and Wander

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Best Gay Beaches in the World – The Nomadic Boys

Best Gay Beaches in the World - The Nomadic Boys

Waves lapped gently against the shore, the sun beat down and warmed my every fiber, palm trees swayed in the breeze. As I took a sip of my ice-cold mojito, I asked Seby: “Is there anything better than a trip to the beach?”

“Of course” he replied, “a trip to a gay beach!”

I had to admit, he was right. Whether it’s the chance to get active in the water, show off your hard work in the gym or simply top up that tan, it’s no secret that many gay guys feel most fabulous at the beach. This has meant that gay beaches have popped up across the world down the years, providing a hotspot for local gay communities and gay tourists too.

From vibrant city center beaches where summer nightlife lasts well into the early hours or more relaxed, isolated affairs with a cultivated vibe, gay beaches come in as many shapes, sizes, and guises as gay men. Whether you’re searching for the best gay beaches in the United States or fancy visiting a gay beach further afield, our rundown of the twenty best gay beaches in the world has got you covered.

Fire Island Pines Gay Beach in New York, USA

Fire Island is a thin sliver of land running parallel to the south shore of Long Island in New York. It’s a serious gay mecca on the east coast, where the Manhattan gay boys come to party during summer. The main gay areas are predominantly located around Cherry Grove (or “the Grove” for short) and Fire Island Pines (aka “the Pines”). The beaches around here are gay as hell.

The Grove and the Pines have been gay havens since the 1960s and have largely been left alone as self-governing communities. This has allowed an “anything goes” attitude to flourish here, which makes for some wild fun as well as some of the skimpiest swimsuits we’ve ever seen! Spots such as Pavilion are ideal for drinks in the sun before moving on to more hedonistic establishments such as Sip n Twirl.

Our favorite spot is located on the wild stretch of beach between the Grove and the Pines, separated by a large forest. As you enter the forest between the two communities, continue heading towards the beach ahead and there you’ll find it. The total walk from either the Grove or the Pines ferry dock is around half a mile. Check out why we also rate Fire Island as one of the best vacation spots in the US.

Full Story at The Nomadic Boys

Santiago Resort – Gay Owned Resort in Palm Springs, California

Welcome to SanSantiago Resort - Gay Owned Resort in Palm Springs, Californiatiago


Welcome to Santiago Resort, a luxury boutique hotel and gay Palm Springs resort, where men come to relax, be spoiled, and rediscover the bliss of completely giving in to the moment.

Santiago Resort serves a free breakfast, poolside lunch, and all-day refreshments in the cantina every day.

We offer a ton of amenities, including the largest pool of any gay resort in Palm Springs, as well as big, clean remodeled rooms with pool or mountain views.

Santiago Resort is conveniently located just a mile and a half from from Downtown Palm Springs.

See the Santiago Resort Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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The Best Berlin Gay Bars – The Globetrotter Guys

The Best Berlin Gay Bars - The Globetrotter Guys

Berlins gay scene is insane (in a good way) by most countries’ standards! There is something for everyone and everyone is welcome.

It’s worth pointing out that Berlin is well known for its positive and ‘matter of fact’ attitude when it comes to getting intimate so don’t be surprised to find a dark room and cruising area as standard in most gay bars and gay clubs in Berlin.

We have split this post into two parts: the first half focused on the more typical gays bar in Berlin before moving on to the gay cruising bars in Berlin – this is probably the route your night will take after all!

We have a full gay guide to Berlin you should also check out.

Berlin Gay Bars

Here are some of our favourite Berlin gay bars to visit – let us know your favorite recommendations:

1) Prinzknecht

This is one of the go to bars for most people to start their night, especially since they often have 2-4-1 drinks specials.

The crowd here is quite mixed but tends to be slightly older. They do play a huge variety of music and we somehow managed to get them to play back to back Ariana followed by Cher which seem a bit out of place but made us happy!

The main thing about this bar for us was that it was fun, friendly and gave off good vibes. Oh, and there is a small dark room/cruising area downstairs (of course).

Address: Fuggerstraße 33, 10777 Berlin, Germany

By Sion & Ben – Full Story at the Globetrotter Guys

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