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”
Our wandering and adventurous travel bloggers Sébestien and Stephan (aka the NomadicBoys) journeyed around Asia, including a stop in Ubud where they lost their vegan virginity:
Our very own NomadicBoys Nibbled their way around the Philippines, sending back this report on their top 10 favorite foods. You will not believe #2!
Our NomadicBoys have found the perfect way to frolic around the Philippines while getting exercise and looking fabulous: As Mermaids!
We spent a month travelling in Vietnam during April and May 2015. We started in the South in motorbike crazy Ho Chi Minh City (still called Saigon by locals). We discovered a few gay bars in Saigonwith our friend Quan.
This blog post on Gay Vietnam was originally published by the peripateticNomadicBoys on their blog; it’s reproduced in part here. Click here to read the entire blog post on their site. Vietnam was one of the gay friendlier countries we visited in Asia: it has never had any anti gay laws (unlike the US andContinue reading “Gay Vietnam: Discovering Gay Saigon With the NomadicBoys”
Our global correspondents Stefan Arestis and Sébastien Chaneac (theNomadicBoys) visited Laos in March and created the video you see here. Unlike many travel journalists, they not only document but participate as well. You can see they really don’t mind getting their hands dirty! For more Laos and Cambodia and Thailand, download the April issue of ManAboutWorld, availableContinue reading “The NomadicBoys Do Laos Like No One (Except ManAboutWorld)”
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”