David Durán is a Brooklyn-based luxury, hospitality, culinary, and overall freelance travel writer who contributes to such publications as Fodor's, Travel + Leisure, Destinations Weddings & Honeymoon, and Caribbean Travel + Life, among others. When not traveling 20-25 days a month for his work, he spends his free time planning more travel.
Buenos Aires has always been at the forefront of change and acceptance; a quick Google search of their yearly pride celebrations will quickly prove that, as it is one of the largest and most festive celebrations in the region, if not the world.
Calgary is the ultimate basecamp for outdoor adventure – be that winter sports, mountain climbing or recreating various scenes from Brokeback Mountain.
Sometimes overlooked by those who think Miami is everything that South Florida has to offer, Fort Lauderdale is just as welcoming an area, if not more, especially for gay travellers.
Masterfully planned yet spread wide, Johannesburg is both a city break and a road trip in one, where at each pit stop you’ll experience the boundless warmth of the South African people
The charming, French-kissed cosmopolis of Montreal is unlike anywhere else in Canada, home to a welcoming bunch of people with a unique European heritage that colours everything from its architecture to its nightlife.
World-class resorts, fine dining, art-filled galleries and shopping galore, Palm Springs has it all. It’s a place to soak up some sun while spoiling oneself with the luxuries of this desert oasis.
San Diego impresses beyond beach culture with its lively Gaslamp Quarter full of galleries, restaurants, and one-of-a-kind boutique stores.
Galvanised by the espresso beans of a Pacific Northwest roast, Seattleites push the envelope with a swelling tech scene and energetic environmentalism.
As Canada’s most sought-after city, many dream of making Vancouver home, and their international tourism flourishes year round.
What those of us who are not from Washington D.C. typically fail to realise is that beyond politics, it’s a pretty amazing city and destination.
Explorers and researchers have been visiting the continent of Antarctica for decades, although throughout history, the voyages getting to this mostly untouched land have been met with tales of unprecedented struggles and defeat.
Charm City might have gotten a bad rap in the past, but the city is once again booming, and the over 200 micro neighbourhoods are transforming more and more into their own, individually unique and all full of prideful residents.
With more and more flights starting service to and from the United States and Cuba, visitors are flocking to the island to catch a glimpse of history, before major changes take place.
Old Town Central, which really isn’t a district, but more of an area with imaginary borders, lays in the heart of central Hong Kong and is clinging on to its past while also playing host to a new breed of hipsters; a wealthier, more established, yet not fully into the scene type of person.
Known for being a lover’s paradise – all lovers by the way – Maui has a bit of everything for everyone.
Riviera Maya and the surrounding areas have some pretty spectacular things to see, all relatively nearby, so in order to make the most out of your experience, making the time to venture out of your hotel is the way to go.
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