Featured Travel Couple: Nomadic Boys
For September, we are celebrating the 'month of firsts' in anticipation of a very special 'first' announcement on October 1st. We've asked other travel couples we admire to share some of their 'firsts' with us. So excited to feature The Nomadic Boys today!
What was the first post on your blog about? Our first blog post was about our travels in Japan. Suffice to say it was absolutely terrible. Writing is one thing, editing what you've written to maximize its impact is a whole other art, which you develop over time. This article has since been refreshed, but with the benefit of hindsight looking back, it wasn't great when it was first published!
Looking back on it now, what's the first thought that comes to mind when you think about that post?
"Look how much we've changed (improved!) our style"
Where did the two of you first meet?
We first met in GAY bar in Soho, London on Tuesday 24th February 2009, had our first date and the rest is history :)
What was the first trip you took together?
We did a road trip together from Seb's home town near Lyon, south through Ardèche to Monaco and back. First overseas trip we took together was to Thailand.
What is an upcoming 'first' that you're looking forward to?
The Galapagos islands have long been high on both of our bucket list. We are leading a gay luxury cruise to the Galapagos with our readers next month, which we are extremely excited about:
What is one 'first' from your travels that you'll never do again? The Trans Siberian railway. This was always Stefan's dream more than Sebastien. We absolutely loved it and it is an unforgettable experience. But for Sebastien who prefers a bit more luxury in his travels, roughing it on the Trans Siberian in third class is not something we will rush to do again!
About Nomadic Boys
Stefan and Sebastien have been traveling the world together since 2014 after leaving their lives in London. They created their blog as a platform to record their romantic adventures, write about the different gay scenes and of course, their culinary discoveries.