Search Results for: thailand

The Ultimate Thailand Lesbian Travel Guide to Bangkok

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been searching for a place where I belong. I’ve found glimmers of it over time. Like when I’d split a cab with my roommate and we’d both turn around to see the Manhattan skyline out of the back window while we drove over the Brooklyn Bridge. Or the first time I went to a drag show and saw real live lesbians (gasp) at my local college queer club, Muthers. People keep asking me why I love Thailand so much. I think it’s because I’ve always felt like I belong there. Bangkok...

Read More

15 Incredible Things To Do in Sukhothai Thailand

This past week I was invited to speak at the first ever LGBT Travel Symposium in Thailand in collaboration with Out There Magazine. It was a monumental event that served as Thailand’s coming out party as a welcoming and affirming destination for LGBT travelers. After my speech, I was lucky enough to go from Bangkok to Sukhothai. Sukhothai, which means Dawn of Happiness, is a Thai city about 250 miles north of Bangkok. It is only about an hour and a half by plane and the tiny airport even has zebras! It’s also a wildly unrated destination for visitors...

Read More

Thailand

The Ultimate Thailand Lesbian Travel Guide to Bangkok by Meg Cale | Jan 3, 2019 | Asia, Thailand | 0 CommentsFor as long as I can remember, I’ve been searching for a place where I belong. I’ve found glimmers of it over time. Like when I’d split a cab with my roommate and we’d both turn around to see the Manhattan skyline out of the back window while we drove over the... 15 Incredible Things To Do in Sukhothai Thailand by Meg Cale | Jul 25, 2018 | Asia, Thailand, Travel | 0 CommentsThis past week I was invited to speak at the first ever LGBT Travel Symposium in Thailand in collaboration with Out There Magazine. It was a monumental event that served as Thailand’s coming out party as a welcoming and affirming destination for LGBT travelers. After... 9 Travel Destinations for the Young, Queer & Broke by Meg Cale | Oct 7, 2016 | Argentina, Asia, Budget Travel, Cambodia, Lesbian Travel Guide, Peru, Philippines, South America, Thailand, Travel, Vietnam | 0 CommentsYou’re queer, broke, and want to travel the world... but... where should you go? I know what you're thinking, you can probably only afford a trip to the park down the block, but I'm serious here. Queer travel can be obtainable. There are incredible places that you can... How to Make Pad Thai Like a Local by...

Read More

Hotel Review: 99 Gallery Hotel in Chiang Mai, Thailand

This hotel review of 99 Gallery Hotel in Chiang Mai, Thailand is not a paid post, but it does contain an affiliate link. Size: The room was a small but perfectly reasonable size for Thailand. We were on the second floor overlooking the pool. We had a double size bed and enough room to walk around comfortably. Price: We paid $40 a night for our room, but it was absolutely worth it to be able to use the pool during the hot sticky afternoons between excursions. You can definitely find cheaper hotels in the area, but this place was...

Read More

A Rapidly Shrinking List of All the Lesbian Bars Left Worldwide

I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that lesbian bars are shutting down at an increasing rate across most of the Western world and, I assume, the planet in general. This cuts off a lot of access to our community and helps to render queer women invisible. To make matters worse, the majority of gay-friendly spaces cater to gay men and, while most are welcoming to LGBTQ+ women and nonbinary people, it can still be alienating to not have a place of one’s own in our city centers. That’s why I’ve prepared a list of all the lesbian...

Read More

Welcome to Dopes on the Road! We're Meg and Lindsay and we've created DotR as a space dedicated to inspiring and equipping LGBT travelers to live a life of adventures. Take a look around and don't be afraid to say hi! Read More

- Play For Our Team -
Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest Travelibro Blog Lovin