Home Inspiration. We love Asia. Whether it's chilling in the oh so heavenly beaches of Thailand to gobbling up as much sushi as our tummies can handle in Tokyo, we always look for an excuse to return. This is a continent that offers so much in terms of cultural experiences, food and landscapes, with some of the most humble people you'll ever meet. We spent the first 2 years of our Nomadic Boys adventure travelling around Asia and have since returned several times for more.
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In June , he was released by North Korea in a vegetative state and died soon afterward. Warmbier entered North Korea as part of a guided tour group on December 29, On January 2, , he was arrested at Pyongyang International Airport while awaiting departure from the country. He was convicted of attempting to steal a propaganda poster from his hotel, for which he was sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment with hard labor. Shortly after his sentencing in March , Warmbier suffered a severe neurological injury from an unconfirmed cause and fell into a coma, which lasted over a year. He was freed later that month, still in a comatose state after 17 months in captivity.
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Away from all the bustle, there are ancient sites like the Terracotta Warriors and the jaw-dropping Great Wall. However, China is not known for its relaxed attitude on free speech or openness on LGBT issues; so gay travellers might wonder what their experience in China would be like. The legal and social situation is actually quite complex, but visitors to the country should feel safe to travel around freely, whether they are gay or straight. Having awareness of the issues and the impact they could have on the type of holiday China can offer gay travellers is important. We are also not talking about fabulously queer Taiwan and the gay scenes of Taipei , Taichung , Tainan , and Kaohsiung.