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Hong Kong Awarded 2022 Gay Games

November 14, 2017

by Paul Heney - Travel Pulse Daily

Billed as “the largest sport and culture event in the world open to all,” the 11th iteration of the Gay Games has been awarded to Hong Kong—the first time that the Games will be held in Asia.


Emirates Cutting First Class!

October 31, 2017

by Donald Wood - Travel Pulse Daily

Sorry, first-class travelers! Dubai-based airline Emirates is adding more seats and doing away with first class on several routes this winter to and from

Airberlin and JetBlue Ink Cooperation Deal

August 10, 2017

by Mia Taylor // Travel Pulse Daily

Airberlin and Jet Blue have inked a cooperation deal designed to provide customers on the Germany-based airline with more flight options once they arrive in the United States.

The biggest benefits of the deal, according to an Associated Press

Hotels: Monte Carlo Societe des Bains des Mer

July 17, 2017

by Dane Steele Green

There is no other country more synonymous with success like Monaco. There just isn’t. This tiny principality, with France on one side and the glorious Mediterranean on the other, is the physical representation of the good life. If you are here, you are “in.”


But you still gotta find a place...

Destinations: Nuuk

July 5, 2017

by Dane Steele Green

It is a gay pride staple: nudity! I’m talking Speedos, fig leaves, and bare chests stretching as far as the eye can see. Which is why Nuuk Pride is such a disappointment — but as this is Greenland, let’s cut the boys some slack.


Check your maps: Frozen Greenland is actually a part of very liberal...

Destinations: Kansas City // In the Heartland

June 29, 2017

by Dane Steele Green

Ok, I know what you are thinking: “Kansas City?”


Too red, too rural, too religious — that’s the stereotype of the Midwest. And for the most part, you would not be so far off. Take a look and any electoral map and every square-state is a forbiddingly gory shade of red. But, just for giggles, take a closer...

Destinations: Sardinia

June 20, 2017

by Dane Steele Green

Due south of the French island of Corsica, the Italian island of Sardinia has a lot in common with its Francophone neighbor. Both are mountainous, both have beaches aplenty, and both tend to get overshadowed by their respective mainlands by travelers. Hmph.


As with peninsular Italy, Sardinia is amazingly...

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