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Ryan Haynes
Ryan Haynes
41 Purrett Road
London   SE18 1JR
United Kingdom
United Kingdom

London, UK 

Phone: 07825661575

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About Us:
Documenting people, places and experiences
Ryan C Haynes is a writer, videographer, blogger documenting lgbt travel and tourism; recording cultural activities worldwide and creating destination guides.

Working in the media for over 12 years Ryan has amassed experienced with BBC, MTV Networks, ITN, Gaydar Radio, eTravelBlackboard, FYi RADiO, and numerous lgbt-interest media networks.

A keen traveler; Ryan visits new places at least once a month - recent explorations include North-East Argentina, New York, Fort Lauderdale, Antwerp, Anthens, Rome, Manchester, Brighton, St. Michel, Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, Rio De Janeiro, Cuba and Danson Park [in his home town - in 4 years he had never visited the park closest to home).

Ryan C Haynes work can be seen published and shared across numerous websites including: sosogay.com, aftelton.com, gaytravel.com, gaypedia.com, etbtv.com. britishairways.com


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Website: www.ryanchaynes.blogspot.com

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  • My London - by River Bus, My Destinations Biggest Baddest Bucket List Competition

    My London -- by boat: Exploring the capital by the River Thames When you live in a city so large it's impossible to do it justice. Spread from the banks of the River Thames London spreads beyond 25 miles. Playing host to some of the world's most recognisable tourist sites; Houses of Parliament, The London Eye, The O2, Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf all draw the interests of visitors and residents. Therefore, taking to the waterway is a relaxing experience to take in these phenomenal architectural institutions. The easiest, cheapest and most relaxed way of taking to the River Thames is by the Ri...
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  • Vietnam: Discovering the northern city of Hanoi

    Traditional and cultural Hanoi is a brilliant place to gasp the identity of conservative Vietnamese. Totally different to the south, you realise Vietnam is two beautiful countries working together as one....
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  • Vietnam - visiting the countryside of Hanoi

    What a great way to see the country in its full spirit by dipping out of the city and into the countryside to truly understand how the people live. Full of colour and life, discover the traditional printing technique from papyrus paper. for more visit www.ryanchaynes.blogspot.com...
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  • Argentina - Uruguay - Colonia

    Visiting Uruguay, the port of Colonia by sea bus from Buenos Aires. The hours journey takes you to a town just a couple of hundred years old. Follow the journey www.ryanchaynes.blogspot.com...
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  • Vietnam puppet show

    Discovering the traditional village and farming life of Vietnam in a small village a little way from Ninh Binh. This was one amazing experience; live musicians and singers narrate the story while a team of puppeteers control the animals, people and dragons....
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