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#Eternaltraveller - Power Couple, Gay Bloggers, Explorers

Stefan and Sebastien a French/Greek gay couple from London. Together, the two boys have been traveling the world for over 10 years. With their passion for love of travel and each other, the brith of the Nomadic Boys was created! A gay travel blog showcasing all their travel adventures as a gay couple. The power duo write about the different gay scenes and of course, all of their favorite culinary discoveries when exploring new destinations. Their mission is to inspire and show gay travelers that they can visit more places in the world than they thought possible, by providing their followers and readers a first-hand account of their travel adventures, which will help ultimately plan for a fun and safe trip for all!

Gay travellers were seeking out advice about where it's safe to stay, where they can go out, is it safe to be gay in that place and other general safety tips. The boy saw a need to fill full those answers, creating their blog nomadic boys, servicing as a way to answer these concerns and inspire gay travelers all around!

"The most important thing of all, we experienced what it's like travelling as a gay couple in places where being gay is either illegal or such taboo that it can get you into a lot of trouble. Whilst we had to go back in the closet in these places, we realized the importance of not “boycotting” such destinations, least of all because this gives us the opportunity to connect and support our gay brothers and sisters there."

We asked 8 Questions to get to know Stefan & Sebastien from Nomadic Boys a little more & why they are an #eternaltraveler #travelstyle

1. What are your favorite places that you have traveled to?

Some of our favorite places include Mongolia, Japan, and Nepal. Thailand is our joint favorite - a place we always return to because it offers amazing beaches, a beautiful rich culture and a fun gay scene in Bangkok.

2. Tell us about your business?

Nomadic Boys started as a humble blog back in 2014 when we set out for a one year sabbatical around Asia. We only started it to keep family/friends in touch with our travels. After a year, we started getting a lot of traffic to our website and businesses started reaching out to collaborate with us. So we worked more on the blog and over time it has become our full time vocation.

3. What does travel mean to you? Why do you feel it’s important?

When you pass away, all your physical possessions become rather meaningless. However, the memories you create live with you forever - it’s like feeding your soul. The best memories and life experiences we’ve each had have come from traveling. It’s become our life drug. The more we do it, the more we want.

4. Do you have any travel tips or hacks you can share?

Use packing cubes for packing - it will revolutionise your packing. For the best deals, invest some time shopping around online - obviously this requires patience.

5. Are there certain essential items that you have to have or bing with you on your travels!?

In this modern age of smart phone technology, most of our luggage is comprised of wires, laptops, drone tech, phones etc. But must haves we always ensure we have are elastic bands (so many wires to organize), pens (you never have one when you need it to fill out that pesky landing form), and for Stefan, his moka pot - he never leaves home without it.

6. Hotel beauty products – steal or leave behind?

When we were younger we’d steal them lot. But then you end up with 50 bottles of body cream back home which you’ll never use and just take up tons of space. We now tend to leave it unless it’s a particularly nice product.

7. Where is somewhere that you really want to to travel to next?

We both really want to travel to Iceland next!

8. Where can our readers learn more about you and connect with you?

Our website is and we are @nomadicboys on all the socials - particularly big on Facebook, Insta, Twitter and TikTok.

Instagram: @nomadicboys


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