Beijing Hutong: Photo By NomadicBoys

A visit to a “Hutong” of Beijing — a narrow lane forming a traditional residential area — is becoming difficulty as the are eliminated to make room for more modern development. Our friends Sebastien and Stefan of the NomadicBoysvisited Beijing during their trek around Asia and brought back this photo of a lively hutong which you can alsoContinue reading “Beijing Hutong: Photo By NomadicBoys”

We Visited The Milan Travel Expo

By the time our associate editor Kenny Porpora had touched down in Milan for 2015 Expo, it had already been amazing travelers for more than 3 months. The expo — the quinquennial event, previously in China, and scheduled to be in Dubai come 2020 – was themed this year around food sustainability, with 140 participating countries. EachContinue reading “We Visited The Milan Travel Expo”

Gay Atlantic City: Sand Blast Weekend Blasts Off

If you’re on the East Coast of the U.S. this weekend, head to the Jersey Shore for a very gay Atlantic City experience: Sand Blast Weekend 2015.

DDTI*: Amazing NYC Views From Kimpton’s Ink48 Hotel

Today we had a tour of the new “Heaven over Hell” suite/function area at the top of the Ink48, a Kimpton Hotel with amazing views of NYC (and specifically Hell’s Kitchen, hence the name of the suite). With no tall buildings near the hotel, the views are unobstructed and  sweeping. These are westward-facing views but there areContinue reading “DDTI*: Amazing NYC Views From Kimpton’s Ink48 Hotel”

Our May Issue Is Available For Download! Happy Travels

The May 2015 issue is now available for download on more platforms than ever before, including iPads, Android tablets, iPhones and now Android phones. Our cover (a screen grab of the video cover), nimbly combines two of this month’s stories: a wine country road trip to Sonoma and Napa; and gay Pride. In this issue weContinue reading “Our May Issue Is Available For Download! Happy Travels”

Run, Don’t Walk, To Tel Aviv Gay Pride

Update, April 17, 2015: This post was published 2 years ago and updated today. Tel Aviv Pride week kicks off this year June 7, 2015 with the big day on Friday, June 12, 2015. For more information about activities, click here. To plan a trip, visit the website of our correspondent (and inbound tour operatorContinue reading “Run, Don’t Walk, To Tel Aviv Gay Pride”

NYTimes: On A Gay Cruise, Just One of the Guys

The New York Times takes an interesting look inside gay cruises and comes away saying “…The sense of freedom was powerful: You could be old or young, slim or heavy, and could have a loud, drunken cruise, a quiet romantic one, or even a naughty one. The many people I met who had taken multipleContinue reading “NYTimes: On A Gay Cruise, Just One of the Guys”

Welcome To Our Newest Correspondents: Stefan Arestis & Sébastien Chaneac

Sébastien and Stefan have been together for over six years. They quit their jobs in London in June 2014 to eat their way around Asia and create a new life for themselves. Sébastien is a former IT geek originally from France and Stefan, an ex-lawyer, born in London is originally Greek. Together they are exploringContinue reading “Welcome To Our Newest Correspondents: Stefan Arestis & Sébastien Chaneac”

ManAboutWorld Takes Over the Gulf Coast of Florida

I arrived last night in Tampa, took a quick drive down 275-S to St. Pete, and checked into the Postcard Inn On The Beach, a funky, chick shack of a hotel right on the beach, and we mean it; the hotel property leads right into the sand and the Gulf Coast. The hotel has a quirkyContinue reading “ManAboutWorld Takes Over the Gulf Coast of Florida”

Free ManAboutWorld New York City Travel Guide!

Click here to claim your ManAboutWorld New York City guide, and enjoy our savvy, opinionated, inspired and gay travel information and inspiration. For the month of June, it’s free, in partnership with NYC & Company. You’ll find our take on New York’s neighborhoods and our “Perfect New York Days” capturing the best of what’s Gay Classic Trendy Hipster and Cultured inContinue reading “Free ManAboutWorld New York City Travel Guide!”