For me, these guys are becoming the best gay travel bloggers that I follow, gain inspiration from and go to for advice, as well as dealing it out to them when I can – of course.
Check these ones out:
A freelance journalist and travels the world working for numerous publications including AOL, Miami Herald, tripoutgaytravel.com among many others.
Visit his ever-growing collection of journalistic work, with a portfolio of his photography. “From entertainment to politics to travel, it's all here... from Congressman Barney Frank's post-9/11 take on Jerry Falwell in 2001, to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's first full interview with the LGBT press in 2005, to a report on Greenland's first-ever gay pride event in 2010. There's also far more Eurovision Song Contest coverage than any American (or most Europeans, for that matter) will care about.”
Ed is editor in chief of ManAboutWorld, the world’s first gay travel magazine built for the iPad. A gay travel expert having worked for OUT&ABOUT, Out Traveler, PlanetOut Travel, Advocate Travel and Gay.com Travel.
Originally from USA and is now a London resident working as a presenter, writer, and performer. This award-winning multimedia legend has written for many exclusive publications including the Huffington Post and works with the BBC. She travels and writes cultural articles
Forever on Facebook, ongoing video content of his travels and an informative blog, somewhere new all the time - Carlos brings the world together through his reports. He is also a travel agent and wedding planner, if you’re thinking of some first-hand help, plus he really does specialize in LUXURY.
Travels of Adam
A graphic designer turned traveler, now blogger. Adam is always on the road lifting rocks and finding what can’t be seen by the naked eye. His blog = “a hipster travel & lifestyle blog for sharing personal experiences and alternative & indie travel tips from around the world.”