As simple as that. Traveling solo, however, is a completely different story. Is it me? And my favorite one, which I am sure every lesbian on the planet has heard at least once in her life:. When I set off on my solo travel adventures, I did not expect to try to get rid of clingy guys so often, but it happens almost every time I go out. What the hell?!
In this column, we will hear from voices in the LGBT community about their experiences on the road, safety tips, events, and, overall, advice for other LGBT travelers get the most out of their time on the road! There are gay families who travel, solo gay travelers like myself , solo lesbian travelers, ones who travel for festivals or nightlife or honeymoons, those that take cruises or splurge on luxury trips, and ones who rough it camping and backpacking in faraway places. And just like every other type of traveler, we travel for our own personal reasons. Every aspect of what makes us unique also contributes to how, where, and why we travel. I travel because I love to travel, and I just happen to be gay. Sometimes my sexuality also influences the how, why, and where I choose to visit a place.
Hello, has anyone traveled with Pink Vibgyor, are their tour arrangements Gay friendly, and what are the destinations a first timer should visit.??? The Driver was efficient and friendly. All the local french speaking guides were interesting and friendly. They could be very charming or the houses could be beautifull, but less confortable, noisy etc We have just returned from our 4th trip organised by Rajat, and delivered by his very professional team.
Has anyone been on or gotten a recommendation for a gay group tour to India? Several US- and Canada-based gay tour companies offer them, but I have not gotten any specific recommendations about people's experiences or knowledge of them. We got a nice Itineray from Out Jounreys, and they look legit. But instead of India we are now thinking of going to Bhutan instead.