From Jamaica: Our Go, Daddy writer, gay-dad Paul J. Heney, his partner and kids are on their first-ever family cruise on Carnival Cruise Line.
ManAboutWorld correspondent Paul J. Heney, his partner and their two growing boys brought back this report from Baltimore after a recent visit.
The latest gay travel column from Global Correspondent Jeff Guaracino celebrates 11 years of gay family travel. R Family Vacations was founded eleven years ago by travel entrepreneur Gregg Kaminsky and Kelli Carpenter and since then 19,000 people have traveled the world with Gregg and Kelli on trips designed just for our community. R Family Vacations isContinue reading “R Family Vacations Celebrates 11 years of Gay Family Travel”
Haven Caylor is a ManAboutWorld Global Correspondent, father to two incredibly cute kids and one of our “Gay Traveling Dads.” He and his husband recently took Ammon and Carter to the Colorado Rockies for a family ski vacation. I almost fell (it would have been worth it) as I looked over my shoulder at Carter and AmmonContinue reading “Traveling Gay Dads: Winter Wonderland Vacation in the Colorado Rockies”
Call this mashing in vegetables with the foods your kids want to eat. But our Global Correspondent Paul J. Heney, a gay father of two, devised a strategy to blend fun travel and useful scouting. In his words: I’m all about having fun on family vacations, but, as most parents do, I also like to throwContinue reading “Gay Dad Travel Advice: Back (and Forward) To School”
By ManAboutWorld Global Correspondent and Traveling Gay Dad Paul J. Heney Our trip through Glacier National Park ended on a challenging note, as we took a last hike to Avalanche Lake–a ranger told us it was an easy 2 mile (each way) hike with a beautiful view at the end of a lake with waterfalls cascadingContinue reading “Traveling Gay Dads: Montana, Part 3”
By ManAboutWorld Global Correspondent and Traveling Gay Dad Paul J. Heney Glacier National Park has been a hit with the boys so far. We’re staying at a simple place in National Park property called the Swiftcurrent Motor Inn. It’s really an amazing location, about 10 miles inside the park, at the confluence of several hiking trails.Continue reading “Traveling Gay Dads: Weekend in Montana”
By Paul J. Heney Our first day of our first gay family trip went well. We’d decided to save some money and use frequent flier miles, so we were somewhat restricted by the airline’s (United’s) whims. We flew from CLE-IAH-DEN-HLN. A three hour layover in Houston was actually a nice gift; the kids spotted a Chili’sContinue reading “Traveling Gay Dads: Day 1 – A Date With Helena (Montana)”
By Paul J. Heney Our first gay family adventure—should I be nervous? In a few days, I’ll be taking what I am deeming my first gay family trip. I’ve traveled extensively with my two sons—and I’ve traveled extensively with my partner—but the four of us have never taken a trip together. Lance and the boys getContinue reading “Traveling Gay Dads: First Family Trip With My Partner (Montana Bound!)”