Gay Travel: Meet Gios at WTM London
Gay Travel, or LGBT Travel, to be more precise (LGBT comprises the entire Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, Bisexual community) is my specialty. As an operator of the Gay Travel Industry, I am very excited to take part to the WTM in London on Tuesday, November, 8th and Wednesday, November, 9th.
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I am a virgin I have been working in the Travel Industry for not long, and yes this is the first time in my life at the World Trade Market. As you might know WTM is the main Global Travel Trade Show aimed to International Travel Professionals operating in the Travel and Tourism Sector.
I decided to start my Gay travel blog a bit more than one year ago as an open gay man who loves traveling and is curious about the gay life in the places he visits: I like to understand what is the situation of gay life in the countries and places I travel to; to visit the openly gay bars, clubs, hotels, where the gay community gather; to connect with the local community.
Being gay is a part of me I don’t hide. I am lucky enough to come from a pretty open minded country, Italy, and to have the support of my close friends and family, who never contrasted my choice to be open and to share the story of my life with the world.
Although, I am also aware not everybody is able to live in an equally open environment. As a professional in the gay travel industry, I aim to be an impartial guide for the gay community (or at least for the small part of it that follows me through my blog and social media).
That is also the reason why I am attending the WTM: to connect with open minded businesses in the travel industry, willing to reach the gay community. As you have seen in my blog, I already work with important operators in the gay sector, such as European Gay Ski Week, Saltyboys, Outings and Adventures.
I am a proud member of IGLTA, the International Association of Gay Travel Operators, and I am interested in connecting with gay businesses worldwide to offer you, my followers, even more help in choosing the best destination for your next perfect gaycation (or gay vacation).
Are you going to attend the WTM 2016 in London as a visitor, press, blog, or business, and willing to connect? Feel free to drop me a line! I will be more than help to meet you!