Partners Bryon Williams and Steve Ellingson consider themselves hobby photographers. But their modest self-description doesn’t do their work justice. The duo travelled with Out Adventures on the 2017 Iceland Winter Weekend and captured the country’s crisp, clean aesthetic with as much style as any professional.
In the first of a two-part series, Bryon and Steve showcase Reykjavik’s cosmopolitan cityscape; from it’s modern architecture such as the Lutheran Church ‘Hallgrímskirkja’ to its simplistic, Scandinavian housing. Take your time browsing their photos and be sure to come back Monday for the second part of the series focusing on Iceland’s unique countryside.
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Among its many other mandates, our Holi Festival Foray is meant to make you feel like royalty. And we can’t think of anything more important to a princely state of mind than where you slumber. That’s why we’ve selected exceedingly opulent hotels for the journey. Feast your eyes below, your highness…
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Co-hostesses Miss Conception and Rob Sharp spill tea in anticipation of Out Adventures’ Vietnam & Cambodia Mekong River Cruise. Click play to get a feel for the duo and find out what’s tickling their fancy in South East Asia.
Out Adventures’ Vietnam & Cambodia Mekong River Cruise sets sail in Siem Reap on January 1, 2020 and ends January 13. Be sure to consider the optional Hanoi and Ha Long Bay trip extension to allow 5 extra days to explore Vietnam.
The itineraries are sorted, entertainment is booked and rooms have already begun filling up. With only a few details in need of a tweak or two, we’re excited to show-off our most anticipated 2018 gay tours!
For Out Adventures’ complete 2018 calendar, head over to our website!
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Whether hardcover or soft, audio- or e-book, a good read is essential for some long haul fliers. That’s why we reached out to some team members and Friends with Benefits (aka previous Out Adventurers) to share their favourite gay literature. Read on to see what they chose and then…read on!
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On June 16, 2017, Donald Trump announced a number of changes to Obama’s relaxed engagement with Cuba.
“Effective immediately, I am cancelling the last administration’s completely one-sided deal with Cuba,” said Trump in Miami, Florida. He stated Americans, “will not be silent in the face of communist oppression any longer,” then signed a document sanctioning Americans from conducting business with Cuban military-owned or -operated organizations amongst other changes.
After the announcement, The Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control, released an online FAQ guide highlighting the restrictions expected to change. We’ve compiled the five biggest takeaways from this document, as they pertain to American passport holders who want to visit Cuba.
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Kristopher Kelly’s photography not only captures the sites of our Cultural Cuba tour, but also the energy. His photos rumble with the rusted mufflers clogging Old Havana, the smell of cigars in Viñales wafts from them, and your mouth waters for the rum in Trinidad – Daiquiri, anyone?
Scroll down to see some of Kelly’s favourite images from his trip to Cuba. And visit Out Adventures’ Cultural Cuba and Cuban New Year Fiesta trip pages to start planning your own Cuban escape.
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Gudni Kristinsson, who has led our Iceland gay getaways since 2012, is best remembered by guests for his delicious smile and huggable persona.
He’s always the first to snorkel the Silfra fissure. The first suited up and into the Blue Lagoon before you’ve started to strip. And he’ll finish his first pint before you’ve screamed “Skál”.
Since he’s a a massive part of this August’s Iceland Pride Adventure, we had him over (okay, we Skyped) to let him introduce himself.
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