DIY is not always a good thing, Martha.
Whether it’s making springtime jams and jellies or re-roofing the pool boy’s cabana out back, sometimes it’s better to hire a professional.
The same goes for LGBT travel planning.
Sure, the internet has made it easier than ever to shop for flights, hotels and fanny packs with hidden compartments for travelers cheques and roofies, but there’s a lot to be said for utilizing a travel agent with years of experience and an understanding of what we gays look for in our free time away from home.
We’ve been using ejurne.com (pronounced e-Journey) for years to book our gay cruises, but they’ve just relaunched their site to be the ultimate online place to research and book LGBT travel.
Browse through current “GayCation” itineraries, including tours of Cuba, African safaris, rafting the Grand Canyon or just a relaxing resort stay in Hawaii.
If you’ve ever considered an all-LGBT vacation, these guys will point you in the right direction, getting you the most bang for your buck in the process.
Leaving you more time to actually bang Buck.