Monthly Archives: July 2014

July 21

Why I Love Travel

July 20

Unlocking the HIV/AIDS acronyms at the International AIDS Conference: Michael Burge

Originally posted on lgbticons:
The world has been watching Melbourne this week as the city hosts the 20th International AIDS Conference. Despite initial reports from the event focusing understandably on the delegates killed by the missile attack on their flight over eastern Ukraine, the conference agenda hit the airwaves visibly on this week’s episode of…

July 19

Sam Smith & the Gay Male Body Archetype

July 17

Save Money and Study Abroad

July 16

Hipster Finds Lifestyle Too Expensive, Reverts to Mainstream

Originally posted on Lettuce Fold:
ASHEVILLE, NC — Derek Loy has been living the hipster lifestyle for the past two years, but after his bank account began to dwindle, he reverted to mainstream customs. “I tried my best,” said Loy, “I really did. I was juicing regularly, eating local and organic, and was doing my best to…

July 15

Dog Portrait

Originally posted on Pooch Walk Calgary NW:

July 14

Left Behind / How LGBT Young People Are Excluded from Economic Prosperity

July 13

World Cup Finals: Vamos, vamos Argentina

Vamos, vamos Argentina. World Cup Finals Today. A few stats for today: 373′ – Argentina enter the final having gone 373 minutes without conceding a goal since Nigeria scored early in the second half of their final group match. 223 – Germany head into today’s match as the competitions’ all-time top scorers – two more […]

July 12

Best Hotels in the World

I am always looking to experience the best as I travel worldwide. Here is a great list of the Top 10 Hotels globally. Thoughts, comments, suggestions?

July 08

Iguazu falls (Argentinian side)

Originally posted on Sass Abroad:
We got to Iguazu in the afternoon and the airport was so small, I felt like I was at the Pocono ski lodge. We got to the hotel and it was crazy. The room was unreal… It was pouring rain so we ate at the hotel’s fabulous restaurant with glass…