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It will be holiday season soon and you — and your furry friend — deserve to return to the daily grind fully rested and ready for a pawsome ! Sitting in 13 acres of gardens, pastures and woodlands, you and your furry friend can spend your winter break enjoying lots of off-lead frolics. And when you need a delicious meal to warm up, we recommend dog-friendly The Hollow Bottom in Guiting Power which is only a short drive away. Pet Perks: Being in the Cotswolds, your four-legged friend will be spoilt for choice with fabulous local trails to roam.
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Laws and attitudes around the world vary considerably from those in the UK and these are constantly altering. Our team of Personal Travel Experts keep up to date with changing laws and have in-depth knowledge regarding cultural sensitivities around the world in order to provide you with the most reliable information. Some have travelled extensively as part of a same-sex couple themselves. They can provide advice about visiting countries whose laws and cultures are unlike our own. With varied attitudes towards same-sex couples around the world, there are certain places where you may or may not be happy to travel depending on your personal feelings.
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And it seems these instincts are not without foundation — the same survey, conducted by Virgin Holidays earlier this month , also found more than one in three LGBT travellers had experienced discrimination while on holiday. Burn was inspired to set up the company after a bad experience when on holiday in Egypt with his then boyfriend. The LGBT community has long been used to dealing with discrimination and is mindful of the potential pitfalls. Jamie Tabberer, travel editor at Gay Star News , agreed it was a tricky topic.