Never mind that we're pretty much into February already - I'm gay and fabulous and that means I show up late to EVERYTHING. So here we are. Another year has come and gone into the ash heap of history. And this past year was certainly filled with its share of ups and downs. On the plus side I got married, which was an occasion much anticipated by all of our friends and family. After ten years together it seemed like just mayyyyyybe it was time for us to pull the trigger on
In this day and age, it's almost impossible to visit a new country without having learned something about it that will impact the way you experience your trip. Whether you've read the Wikipedia page on the capital city or watched a CNN news report about a newly elected leader, most travelers walk into a new nation with a pre-conceived notion of what they will experience and how they will feel about it. It's an information age and we have the ability to be quite educated abo
After an amazingly enjoyable week touring Jordan, my friends and I were ready to hop down to the Persian Gulf and spend a few days taking in the sights and sounds of Dubai before heading home. As the designated 'travel guru' for my group of friends, I was tasked with figuring out the best way for us to get from Amman to Dubai. The obvious choices were either Emirates (EK) or Royal Jordanian, as they were the only two airlines that offered direct flights between the two citi
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Hello! I'm David - world traveler, food aficionado, gay dude, and storyteller. This is where I share amazing sights, delicious dishes, LGBT travel advice, & my favorite stories!