Detouring In Bangkok: Joining Detours Gay Travel

A few months back, an email popped up in my inbox. It was from someone who’d seen my site, and wanted to work together. Rather than attempt to use my blog for free advertising while telling me that I won’t get charged a penny, this email greatly interested me. The email was from Miles at Detours Travel…, and he wanted to work with me, as he’d read that I would be coming to Bangkok on the exact same day
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August 29, 2014

Parisian Perfection

If you were to ask me which city in the world is home to my favourite food, I’d probably contemplate it for a while before finally answering, Paris. Such an obvious response perhaps, but the French capital…
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August 27, 2014

50 Notes On Flying Premium Economy

On my recent birthday trip to Bangkok, I decided to treat myself on the journey there and back, and flew in EVA Air’s premium economy class. Sure, it wasn’t business class, but I mean, the word…
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August 25, 2014

Sunday Night Word Vomit

My contract as a teacher here in Taipei is almost half over. I truly love this city, its people, its organised mayhem, its relative open-mindedness and its food. The cafes, green spaces, gay bars and public…
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August 22, 2014

Delving Into Din Tai Fung

Thanks to the good ole’ interwebs, before I’d even landed in Taipei this January, I had people constantly recommend one place to me as a must-eat venue: Din Tai Fung. A dumpling den extraordinaire,…
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August 20, 2014

Taipei Stop By Stop: #2 Little Burma in Nanshijiao

Little Burma, located near Nanshijiao (南勢角) MRT station, at the beginning/end of the orange/yellowy line (the one that splits off to Huilong and Luzhou, if you look at a map), is a place that I’d…
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August 18, 2014

I’ve been living in Taipei for over half a year now. Just over seven months to be precise. I have no idea where that time has gone – it’s flying by, and frankly I find it terrifying that in just…
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