UA-59932936-1
Tag Archives: Gay Travel
The crowd at 2015 Toronto Pride Parade on Bloor Street.

Photos: 2015 Toronto Pride Parade

Here are the photos of the 2015 Toronto Pride Parade. I wasn’t really motivated to finish the Pride because it got boring. I don’t like it when each group has more than 50 people marching and do nothing but walk. Not even cheering. It got drag. So, I decided to just go somewhere else. Or […]

Continue Reading
The houses in Castro Street in San Francisco.

A Gay Village Called Castro

Castro, a gay village, in  is the birthplace of America’s gay civil rights movement. It’s synonymous to , one of the pioneers of the gay rights movement that is still alive until today. Last summer, I had the chance to explore the stretch of the gay village from the Castro subway stop all the way […]

Continue Reading
The Shirtless Boys of World Pride 2014 Toronto

The Shirtless Boys of World Pride

I didn’t intend to write a separate blog entry of these shirtless boys of World Pride in Toronto until the Pride Parade was almost over. It was 6 hours long — and shirtless, sexy boys are all over (me) and they’re the ones that made the crowd (especially girls and gays) screamed to the top […]

Continue Reading
WorldPride Parade 2014 Toronto

World Pride Parade Toronto 2014 Photos

World Pride Parade Toronto 2014 celebrations might be over, but I still have my hangover. In fact, I am writing this right now with my head a bit spinning. The poster on my wall motivates me to just go through the day: BE CALM AND CARRY ON.  World Pride Toronto 2014 just had a 10-day […]

Continue Reading
Melissa Etheridge and Deborah Cox Rock the World Pride Toronto Opening Ceremonies

Melissa Etheridge and Deborah Cox Rock the World Pride Toronto Opening Ceremonies

World Pride Toronto celebrations started with star-studded Opening Ceremonies at Nathan Phillips Square where thousands came to jam with the proud and out and Grammy-winning country singer Melissa Etheridge who never failed to keep everyone on their feet. Multi-platinum pop sensation Deborah Cox did show-stopper numbers in a makeshift, floating stage. All-American Boy Steve Grand […]

Continue Reading

Gay Tourist in Jordan – How Two Strangers Invited Me for Fun

Now, I know the best way for a gay guy to get laid in Jordan—wear brightly-colored fashion and accessories. Even if you don’t have to walk like Ru Paul or like a beauty queen, Jordanian men will know that you are a fabulous specie of the human kind. I say these based on my experience. […]

Continue Reading

EVENTS NOT TO MISS AT WORLD PRIDE TORONTO 2014

Eleven more days when this city welcomes thousands of revelers to the World Pride Toronto 2014. Rainbow crossings at Church Street (aka The Gay Village) are already laid out and ubiquitous rainbow flags are hanging proud. Print and billboard ads of sponsors are ready to celebrate and party with the rest of the fabulous crowd. Related: […]

Continue Reading
Gays in Havana Cuba

Gays in Havana

Cuba, I reckon, would be the next gay destination. It’s a gay-friendly country and bisexuals abound. It’s safe, too. I was told that “straight” men do it for the money, out of their jobless situation. Life in Cuba is hard, so can you blame them? Find a job? What job? Though education in Cuba is free, […]

Continue Reading
The Gayest and the Most Straight-friendly Casa in Havana

The Gayest and the Most Straight-friendly Casa in Havana

Don’t be fooled by it’s tiny door when you find it nor think it’s a scary place with narrow steps when going to the second floor. You are, as matter of fact, in a 114-year old colonial casa that withstood the test of time. history and political changes. Read: Can Americans go to Cuba? Yes, […]

Continue Reading
Things to do in Havana

35 Things to do in Havana

These are the 35 things to do in Havana, Cuba. From riding a classic car to watching the sunset at Malecon or strolling the street, Havana is vibrant and teeming with little things to discover. Colonial architecture is literally everywhere. Havana is a kaleidoscope of everything: of collapsing decay, of oozing sexuality, of colorful colonial […]

Continue Reading