Just because holidaymakers are bound to home soil, doesn’t mean they can’t recreate the feeling of being somewhere more exotic and far-flung.
Every year, thousands of people visit Oban, gateway to the Scottish west coast islands and home to the famous Oban whisky.
On Thursday June 25th, the Queer Artists And Drag Queens’ City Takeover will take place in Tel Aviv, during which over 100 drag queens and queer artists will take over the city’s streets in honour of Pride Month. Throughout the day, live shows will surprise passers-by in central locations around the city, including open Continue Reading
One of the most photographed landmarks in England, the romantic ruins of Corfe Castle are a truly unmissable sight for any visitor to the Isle of Purbeck.
Can you go on a lesbian party holiday with a toddler? Our correspondent Maz Ogden reveals how she got on at L Fest Del Mar in Spain and then at L Fest in Wales a month later. As a queer, solo parent I don’t have much choice but to take Continue Reading
Around 28% of the women are prone to harassment every year while travelling, our correspondent Hannelore Oberbauer and her team set out to make sense of this worrying stat. The team created the Women Danger Index, ranking the world’s most dangerous places (and safest) for solo female travellers. The countries considered in Continue Reading
Steven Smith looks at the effect that going on holiday can have on a person, how it can make or break friendships and even your sanity…PLUS some useful tips are suggested on how to make travelling with friends a success. According to a Daily Telegraph survey conducted by Lloyds of London, Continue Reading
Holidaymakers looking for great savings for their travels this year have just one week left to take advantage of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ Summer Sale, offering guests discounted prices on a number of ocean and river cruises, and FREE Euros for onshore spending on selected sailings if booked by 3rd July 2019 Continue Reading
Pictured: “The Castro” (CC BY 2.0) by karendesuyo In May 2019, Melanie Joly, the Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and La Francophonie, announced that numerous Pride events, such as those hosted in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, would be the subject of a substantial $1 million funding scheme over the next two years. In seeking Continue Reading
Addiction is a cruel mistress, which is why we thought you’d be interested in this interview with Stuart Fenton, the Clinical Lead and Head Counsellor at Resort 12 Programme. The programme is part of the work of The Cabin Group, an LGBT-friendly addiction treatment centre in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Stuart Fenton gave Continue Reading