It might seem a little out of the blue, but this week instead of our usual posts about traveling and the Gay Stuff ™, we would like to talk about something a bit different that’s also close to our hearts. Namely about a movie we’ve recently watched called “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret”. It’s a feature-length documentary about the impact animal agriculture has on our environment and it caught our attention for many reasons. Continue reading Cowspiracy: environmental impact of your everyday diet
Copenhagen was the only city in Denmark that we visited. It turned out to be a place filled with many wonderful gardens, as well as a safe heaven for people on a budget, who weren’t afraid to get their hands dirty and open a trash bin or two. However, we have some bad news for couchsurfers. Continue reading Copenhagen: Gardens and free food galore
As you might have already noticed, we love to attend lots and lots of queer events while we travel. We’ve been to several prides so far and the next one on the list during our trip was the one in Antwerp. Continue reading Antwerp Pride: gays who slay
Two days ago we were living our lives normally, like always, but with one small exception… Continue reading Editors’ pick and info for new followers!
Attitude towards LGBT+ travellers can be very different around the world. While some countries organise multiple prides all over the country, same-sex marriage & adoption are legal, and being queer is overall not so bad there, in others you can get imprisoned or even stoned to death for being who you are. It might sound weird to you – especially if you grew up in a more tolerant environment- but keep in mind that we only have your best interest in mind. Continue reading guide: LGBT+ travel
For our first visit in Belgium we have chosen its capital – Brussels- for obvious reasons. Usually if you can only pick one city from a country -the capital is the way to go. We added Antwerp as well, because there was an Antwep Pride organised there at the time and it turned out to be a great decision! Antwerp, although smaller and less famous, made a bigger impact on us: it was definitely less boring. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves- let’s start from the beginning. Continue reading Brussels & Antwerp: cities infested with zombies