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From Haifa to the Golan, Jerusalem, and back to Tel Aviv, we explored Israel for a month, staying with friends and adventuring around. Unbeknownst to us, our travels lined right up with Tel Aviv Pride. This city is thriving with hip neighbourhoods full art, cuisine, nightlife, and of course, a proud and large LGBTQ presence. During Pride, all day and night, the city turns into one giant parade, with thousands of people marching and partying throughout the streets, all the way down to the beach.
The energy is magnificent. Did we mention the beach?
Go book that flight! Tel Aviv Pride takes place every June. Amsterdam has been our hometown for the past four years and is the former gay capital of Europe! In , the Netherlands became the first country in the world to legalise gay marriage and the country is known for its tolerance. Our culture is about celebrating diversity and therefore our Pride Week is all about partying and less about protesting.
Hostels in Amsterdam Cheap flights to Amsterdam. Berlin recommended by Adam from Travels of Adam. I love Berlin for the creative and open spirit that this city seems to nurture. Hostels in Berlin Cheap flights to Berlin. Brighton: is there anywhere more gay-friendly in the UK? I think not. So, for my birthday last year, my girlfriend Helen and I did just that.
Brighton is beautiful. Everything from the burnt out old pier to the Lanes is just perfection. Brighton Pride takes place every August. Hostels in Brighton Cheap flights to Gatwick.
Guadalajara recommended by Sam and Zab from Indefinite Adventure. Compared to other places in Mexico, it was the city where I saw the most signs of affection in public between same sex couples, and there are plenty of gay bars, clubs and parties for everyone. One of the best known is Voltio, which every Friday hosts the scandalous underwear party where men of all kinds strip down to their pants and get to know each other in this grungy, former warehouse. Despite only having started three years ago, it is home to one of the largest Pride events in Latin America, taking place every June with over participants.
Guadalajara Pride takes place every June. Hostels in Guadalajara Cheap flights to Guadalajara. Argentina is extremely progressive with LGBT rights. It was the first country in Latin America to legalise gay marriage in July , which included full adoption rights. The right to change legal gender has been in place since and anti-discrimination laws are in full force in Rosario and the big capital city, Buenos Aires.
We love Buenos Aires because it has one of the best gay scenes across Latin America, which is heavily supported by the government, in particular in August when it has its BADiversa week every August. The gay scene of Buenos Aires is quite spread out, but the focal point is in the large, residential neighbourhood of Palermo, plus a few places dotted about in super cool San Telmo and well-to-do Recoleta. Our favourite memory from our travels in Buenos Aires is dancing the tango together as a same-sex couple at one of the queer milongas a tango dance hall.
Buenos Aires Gay Festival takes place every November. New Zealand was the first international stop on our year-long journey abroad. We stayed with a friend in Auckland before moving onto Waitara, also on the North Island. We knew Auckland would be something special but we had no idea just how unique our experience of the city, and with Fiona, would actually be!
We had a beautiful time not only in Auckland but in all of New Zealand: the country is stunning and full of kind people. Auckland Pride takes place every February. Hostels in Auckland Cheap flights to Auckland. Gran Canaria is an extremely famous destination throughout the year for European gays.
This Spanish island is part of the Canary Islands, which lies off the coast of Africa, therefore guaranteed almost days of great weather. Spain generally is a very gay-friendly destination, but Gran Canaria has always had a more tolerant attitude. During the harsh, repressive Franco years, the government turned a blind eye to homosexuality as the island was too far away from the mainland to bother with. From the s, tourism really started to take off, attracting more and more foreigners and therefore even more tolerant attitudes.
We love Gran Canaria because there is a massive gay scene at Maspalomas and Playa del Ingles in the southern part of the island.
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Slightly further south of this is the large gay beach at Kiosk 7. One of our favourite experiences in Gran Canaria was taking a boat trip run by Canarias Gay with friends to the remote beach called Gui Gui. This is a clothing optional beach on the Western coast of the island, hidden away at the bottom of a Grande ravine.
This was the perfect day trip and a more relaxing way to see a different side to this remarkable island. Maspalomas Pride takes place every May. There are plenty of bars, parties, cultural events and film exhibitions that focus on the gay community. In Redruth, he explores the remains of the Cornish tin industry, before heading to St Ives, where he spends the night in Treganna Castle. The former politician finishes his trip in Penzance, discovering how railways link remote communities to the rest of the country Subtitles.
In the Peak District, he joins a team of volunteers repairing damage done to ancient peat landscapes during the Industrial Revolution, and near the quarries of Stanton Moor he learns how trains transported Derbyshire's famous sandstone all over England Subtitles.
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A couple are reunited with their Volvo breakdown truck Subtitles. He also examines the history of Maidstone's paper industry, and discovers the role railways played in transforming cricket into a national sport Subtitles Rating: 9. He starts in Canterbury, where he finds out how the city's cathedral was saved from the Second World War air raids, then goes whelk fishing in Whitstable and explores the origins of a seaside swim in Margate Subtitles Rating: 9.
Along the way, he discovers a hardy breed of sheep on Romney Marsh, explores Kent's sparkling-wine industry and learns why the Victorians became obsessed with ferns Subtitles Rating: 9. He then discovers the way in which the railway transformed the game of golf in Prestwick, and uncovers the story of the great Victorian tartan hoax in Paisley Subtitles Rating: 9. He also goes hunting for gold in the mountains, and visits Loch Lomond, one of Queen Victoria's favourite haunts Subtitles Rating: 9. Teleshopping A chance to buy goods from the comfort of home Rating: 2.
American troops fought to a gruelling, bloody standstill in the Huertgen Forest, at a terrible cost Subtitles Rating: 5. This was the Nazis' last gamble in the West to turn the tide of the war Subtitles Rating: 5. If they could get across the River Rhine, the war would be won Subtitles Rating: 5. The British airmen become trapped in wine barrels in the cellar of the chateau Subtitles Rating: 7.
Wartime comedy, starring Gorden Kaye Subtitles Rating: 7. Narrated by Laurence Olivier Subtitles Rating: 8. Among the human population, a dedicated grower of giant vegetables takes his half-ton pumpkin to the Alaska State Fair Subtitles Audio Described Rating: This episode tells the stories of how the tough and resourceful animal and human inhabitants of the windswept mountain peaks, icy tundra and snowbound forests face up to the challenges of the season Subtitles Audio Described Rating: Plus, scorched remains that speak of imprisonment and torture and vast coastal ruins that reveal a past once wiped from history Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 6.
Here, engineer Tony Feshini describes what life was like for the people who originally built Ribblehead Viaduct, before Michael visits Dent, Cumbria, home to the highest railway station in England Subtitles Rating: 9. He spends the night in Grasmere, and the following day reaches Kendal, where he buys local delicacies and meets a farmer who explains the impact of railways on farming practices Subtitles Rating: 9. Plus, America's reasons for initially refusing to enter the conflict Subtitles Rating: 8. The World at War Banzai! Includes interviews with veterans from both sides Subtitles Rating: 8.
The first episode focuses on a variety of species as they struggle to survive the rigours of a freezing six-month winter, revealing that although the herds of elk and bison are weakened by the cold, one animal gets stronger - the wolf Subtitles Rating: 8. As temperatures rise, grizzly bears teach their young the secrets of survival - but even at this time of year, snow can sweep down from the mountains without warning Subtitles Rating: 8. The elk face hungry wolves as they move down from the mountains to feed in the valleys, while beavers rush to defend their habitat against the destructive ice, repairing dams and stocking underwater larders before the waters freeze over Subtitles Rating: 8.
In the neighbouring Namib desert, which receives almost no rain, the competition for scant resources can be fierce, as proven by a ferocious fight for supremacy between two giraffes Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 6. From there, he travels to Gretna Green to learn about the village's famous marriage trade, explores an old Ministry of Defence munitions site, and visits the centre of Glasgow, which is enjoying a revival in popularity Subtitles Rating: 9.
His journey ends in Kirkcaldy, where he explores the paintings donated to the local gallery by his grandfather John Blyth Subtitles Rating: 9. Built like a tank, the Moskovitch gets few admirers for style, but finds a loving home with a fan of Eastern Bloc classics Subtitles Rating: 6.
On the plains of Amboseli, a baby elephant is near to death in the drought, so its mother leaves the herd to stay with her offspring until the bitter end Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 6. Tiny leaf-folding frogs battle it out kung fu style, and as darkness falls the forest elephants gather to face their rivals Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 6. Cameras also capture one of the largest gatherings of great white sharks on the planet as 30 of the predators circle around a dead whale Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 6. The naked mole rat avoids the heat by living a subterranean existence, while the silver ant is able to take on the midday sun - but needs a 'spacesuit' to do it Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 6.
His last stop is Bristol, where he tries his hand at blowing blue glass Subtitles Rating: 9. One of the most complex surveillance aircrafts in the world, it is able to seek out, locate, and defend against threats - no matter how fast moving or well hidden Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 8. Plus, Albert Zwueste is on the Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao exploring one of the world's oldest surviving floating bridges, which helped inspire and inform the Seattle project Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 8.
Marine iguanas in the Galapagos Islands are preyed on by racer snakes from birth, while penguins on the Antarctic island of Zavodovski risk being battered against the rocks by fierce waves Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 8. A female snow leopard with a cub ends up caught between two rival males, grizzly bears rub themselves up against trees in an attempt to shed their winter fur, and golden eagles hunt over snow-capped peaks Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 8.
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The programme also includes recordings of caimans and the jaguars that prey on them, freshwater dolphins that swim through flooded forests, undergrowth-dwelling frogs that have to defend themselves against wasps, and the Indri, the world's largest living lemur, which inhabits the forests of Madagascar Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 8.
The film also features an immense swarm of locusts, sand grouse flying for miles to gather water for their offspring, and an unprecedented recording of a tiny bat defending itself against one of the world's deadliest scorpions Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 8. After sailing up the River Dart he arrives in Totnes, and discovers the community's efforts to become more environmentally friendly Subtitles Rating: 9. In Mevagissey he discovers how the methods for pilchard fishing have changed over the years, and on a visit to the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Michael learns about the 1,acre estate's history Subtitles Rating: 9.
Jamie Theakston looks beyond the recognised orthodoxies and beliefs as he goes - literally and figuratively - underground to explore the extraordinary history of the Church of Satan Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 4. This extraordinary work of engineering is capable of carrying the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty at the same time Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 8. The programme features footage of Brazil's giant anteaters and Asian saiga antelope, as well as lions engaging in ferocious battles with buffalo in the flooded Okavango, bee-eaters taking advantage of elephants to help them catch insects, and caribou embarking on migrations across the freezing northern tundra, stalked every step of the way by predatory Arctic wolves Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 8.
The programme also examines how some animals are struggling to survive in urban environments, and questions how cities can be built to serve their needs as well as those of the human inhabitants Subtitles Audio Described Rating: 8. In a statement, which also set out its Energy White Paper, the Government said: 'This is the next step in considering the Sizewell C project, and negotiations will be subject to reaching a value-for-money deal and all other relevant approvals, before any final decision is taken on whether to proceed. The White Paper set out plans to transition to net zero emissions by Sizewell C will provide skilled jobs over its operating lifetime and support UK energy resilience by meeting seven percent of its demand for electricity, thus reducing the need for imports, EDF said.