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We asked the top LGBT travel bloggers from around to world to recommend the cities and destinations they really love. Was this page helpful? If it sounds excessive, you'll change your mind when you come down for breakfast and see the plate of fresh fruit and warm strawberry scones and hear Ella Fitzgerald scat-singing on the stereo.
We had a beautiful time not only in Auckland but in all of New Zealand: the country is stunning and full of kind people. We love Buenos Aires because it has one of the best gay scenes across Latin America, which is heavily supported by the government, in particular in August when it has its BADiversa week every August.
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- Compared to other places in Mexico, it was the city where I saw the most signs of affection in public between same sex couples, and there are plenty of gay bars, clubs and parties for everyone.
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- And how is Bangkok missed out when it comes to friendliness. Is it appropriate for a reporter to peer into the lives of their subjects, just because social media gives them a wide-open window?
Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Retrieved April 26, Tommy Starling 45, married gay father of two children, ages 4 and You might know the Marais as the beating heart of the queer capital, but it only became the gay centre of Paris relatively recently in the s.