Holiday Houseboys – Gay Travel Agency in Venturada, Spain

Author: , February 17th, 2016

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Periodically we’ll feature one of our tour operators here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

A personalised tour guide service to help individuals or couples enjoy the back streets of famous cities around the world. Get to know the world in the company of a local, who looks after your safety and welfare at all times. Speaking the local language he will bargain on your behalf at markets, find the best exchange rates, introduce you to restaurant styles of your choice and sort out any travel options for you to ensure that you get a good deal. It is the unique way to travel to get the most out of your holiday, all in the company of a gay friendly guide who is proud of his culture and heritage. Check out the testimonials and they speak for themselves. Make your travel special, and contact us for a Holiday Houseboy.

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German Tourism Group Courts Gay Travelers

Author: , January 14th, 2012

Rainbow FlagThere are situations that gay men would rather not have to face when checking into a hotel. Such as when the lady at reception apologetically says they only have a room with a double bed and would that be okay? Or when she glances at the second man and asks: “Is he your brother?”

Gays could also do without the open-mouthed stares from other guests when, say, they stride through the lobby or breakfast room in form-fitting leather trousers. At least so says Dietmar Malcherek, the Mediterranean region product manager for Dertour, which specializes in individual travel. Malcherek is also gay. And together with his heterosexual colleagues Sonja Thiesing and Jens Reinhardt, he is the man behind the new 90-page catalogue that purports to list “the best addresses around the world for gays, lesbians and their friends.”

Malcherek says that certified hotels particularly train staffers to give gay guests good advice and tips and avoid asking questions like the ones just cited.

Full Story from Worldcrunch

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