San Diego will always have a special place in my heart. When it comes to California's cities I hold what may be a controversial view - I'm unimpressed with LA and I find San Francisco has potential but there's a lot holding it back from being a place I would actually enjoy on the regular. San Diego, on the other hand, is my kind of town. I might be a bit biased as this is a city that I used to call home when I was a young child, but if that's the case so be it. Calm, clea
While I spent most of my childhood as a Navy brat in locations across Japan, my family did actually spend a little bit of time in the good ole US of A. One of the two locations I lived in the US during my childhood was Hawaii on the island of Oahu, just outside of Honolulu in a suburb filled with other Navy brats. It was, generally speaking, a great life. You're in Hawaii - even when things are bad life's pretty good! With so many positive memories of my life in Hawaii, I
After setting myself up for what was essentially camping (glamping, really, but still there's limited electricity, internet, and hot water at all times folks and that makes life so, so hard..... right?) for the entirety of my stay in Zambia, when it came to planning the second half of my southern African trip which would be in Cape Town, I was definitely looking for something at the higher end of the luxury scale. Somewhere that had limitless wifi, endless hot water, and ele
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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!