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Meg and Lindsay Cale run the number one lesbian travel blog, Their work focuses on LGBT inclusive travel. They’ve been cited in two consecutive United Nation's World Tourism Organization Reports on LGBT Tourism as leading experts and in the European Travel Commission's Report on LGBT Tourism. Meg has also been a featured speaker and subject matter expert at most of the annual LGBT travel conferences worldwide. IGLTA, GNETWORK360 in Argentina, Sweden's LGBT Travel Summit, Thailand's Luxury LGBT Travel Symposium and The New York Times Travel Show. When they’re not on the road, they’re both freelance travel journalist and consultant for brands on best practices in LGBT marketing.

Since we started DotR in 2013, we’ve had opportunities we could have only dreamed of experiencing. We’ve been invited to visit 47 countries, spoken at LGBT conferences on four continents, Meg published her first book, appeared on red carpets, and our blog has been read by more than a half a million people.

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Should I take THIS vacation: Things to ask yourself

Knowing whether we have a good deal, that the destination is right and if it’s worth the hassle can be confusing and stressful. Like all things, just don’t pay for the budget-friendly accommodation and expect the luxury experience. If you’re booking a package deal through a well-known company, there will be plenty of reviews on the website to scroll through. However, most people who leave reviews will either be complimenting or complaining about their experience, so make sure you take the reviews with a pinch of salt.


None What to do at Magical Pride Since 1991, Disneyland parks have seen annual unofficially organized ‘gay days’, where the LGBTQ+ community meets up in the Disney parks in Anaheim, Orland, Tokyo, and Hong Kong together on an agreed date. However, this year, the first-ever Magical Pride event officially backed by The Walt Disney Company took place on June 1st in Walt Disney Studios Park, Paris. Magical Pride saw the Walt Disney Studios Park open exclusively to pride goers from 8 pm – 2 am and the event was attended by LGBTQ+ Disney fans and allies from across the globe. Unlike the Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park is licensed to sell alcohol and there was a colorful pop-up bar right by the Main Stage.

Vacation in Puerto Rico: Why More Lesbian Vacations Should Happen Here

I mean we’re beautiful, the island is beautiful that’s a pretty good place to start in my opinion. It’s a great option for any LGBTQ traveler because there’s a gay beach and some of the best gay bars in Puerto Rico are here. While I found Puerto Rico to be incredibly welcoming to LGBT people being on the gay beach gave me additional peace of mind. When you think of Puerto Rico chances are your mind instantly transports you to one of two places Old San Juan or a pretty beach.

Grand Rapids Restaurants You Need to Visit

When Meg Ten Eyck and I were invited by Experience Grand Rapids to visit this midwest city I have no doubt you’ll enjoy eating your way through these Grand Rapids Restaurants as much as I did. If you’re looking for good vegetarian food in Grand Rapids look no further than That Early Bird. Grand Rapids brunch lists will all include the trendy and vibrant Social Kitchen & Bar.

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