Quick LGBTQ Friendly Getaway Ideas
*This post was written in collaboration with Emily Jones Staying in lockdown since March has been necessary but also incredibly tiring, and nothing sounds better than a break out of the house right now! Thankfully, there are a lot of places within Europe that will soon be open to UK travellers and be ready to
Last month, Stockholm LGBT invited us to Stockholm, Sweden for the weekend to celebrate 75 years of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the Country. As it was also the build up to Christmas, we were also invited to visit the many Christmas markets that were set up around the City. As mentioned in our first
According to The Guardian, Gaytimes, and Pink news, Sweden often comes within the Top 10 chart of safest countries for LGBTQ people. Proud to be “gay since 1944”, this year LGBT Stockholm are celebrating 75 years of the decriminalisation of homosexuality (52 years in the UK, although it still came with restrictions!) and 10 years
Ever since I can remember, London has always been an exciting place. I don’t know whether it was because I grew up in the country or whether it was because all the ‘cool’ stuff happened in London, but either way I always had butterflies in my stomach whenever we got on that train to London.
To celebrate T’s first term at school, we decided to book a cheap UK holiday to make sure we were able to relax after what was inevitably going to be a busy couple of weeks. With this, we decided on the Isle of Wight. Apart from visiting back in our school days when Sharon visited
There’s a lot to pack when going abroad. Some items can be easily replaced once you’re out there, whilst others may not be so easy to replace. Forgetting certain items could even prevent you from leaving the country. Here are just a few of the items you mustn’t forget when packing.