Where nature fails, ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine delivers though with our insider-y guide to Miami, an easily accessed, LGBT-popular destination that’s undergoing an exciting evolution.
The largest gay ski event in the southern half of the world sees hundreds of people flock to Queenstown, NZ during the last part of August and early September, every year, for a full week of skiing, drinking, dancing and adventure. The next official DNA Gay Ski Week will happen August 27 to September 3,Continue reading “New ZealandGay Ski Week: Start Planning for Next Year”
The organizers of Telluride Gay Ski Week, which takes place from Saturday, February 25, 2012 through Saturday, March 3, 2012, is offering free VIP party passes for the week for active service members and a special military-themed “Do Ask Do Tell” dance party. In celebration of the defeat of the discriminatory ban on openly gay and lesbianContinue reading “Atten-SHUN! Military Personnel: Free at Telluride Gay Ski Week”
Photo: Tadej Brdnik, Photograph © Albert Watson, courtesy of the Martha Graham Dance Company The esteemed New York City-based Martha Graham Dance Company celebrates its 85th anniversary this year. The picture above is handsome principal dancer Tadej Brdnik who’s been with the company since 1996 and was recently featured in Out magazine. Just wrapping upContinue reading “Martha Graham Dance Company’s Body of Work”
Originally published in GPS.OutTraveler.com Our friends at gay tour operator Out-Adventures have publicized several specials on their website. The trip to Machu Picchu is on sale for 10% off. The deal is only good till Monday February 28, 2011, the company owner, Robert Sharp, said he’d honor that deal until Friday March 4, 2011 ifContinue reading “Tour of the Week: Machu Picchu with Out Adventures”
Vienna, above, lights up for Christmas and New Years Originally published in GPS.OutTraveler.com From canal parades in Amsterdam to beautiful outdoor lightning installations in Vienna, Europe’s gay-friendly coolcaptial cities (Amsterdam, Antwerp, Valencia, Vienna, and Zurich) offer a tantalizing array of Christmas activities right through the new year. Amsterdam Christmas Canal Parade (December 9, 2010-January 1,Continue reading “Yuletide in Europe’s Cool Capitals”
Originally published in GPS.OutTraveler.com One of the most enjoyable and satisfying vacation options for LGBT traveles is an all-gay cruise. From the moment you step on board, you know you are someplace special: an environment where you are completely and totally safe and free, and where you are in the majority as an LGBT person.Continue reading “Small and Large Gay Cruises Will Float Your Boat”
Story and images by Ed Salvato; above hikers tackling Camelback Mountain Phoenix is a sprawling city — the nation’s fifth largest — a collection of palm tree-studded cities and towns ringed by mountains, where a car is in indispensable necessity. The similarities to Los Angeles are striking, right down to analogous municipalities, including exclusive ParadiseContinue reading “Phoenix is Hot”
I wrote a piece for TripOutGayTravel.com (Logo) based on my recent visit to the lovely, kinda hippy/liberal/gay-friendly ski enclave of Park City, Utah. Click here to read all about it!
Photos: Ed Salvato Utah is probably not the first state that comes to mind when you think ‘gay winter paradise.’ You may be surprised to learn that Park City is a cool, blue dot in a sea of conservative red and well worth a visit this winter. You may have just missed Sundance Film Festival,Continue reading “Park City, UT: Gay Winter Paradise”