Mix a little fun with designer shirts and what do you get? A great little fashion show on Diva Destinations hosted lesbian group holiday to the Lesvos Women’s Festival. When Lisa Honan, founder of GFW Clothing went to the International Eressos Women’s Festival with Diva Destinations they decided to ask some of the Divas if they fancied being models for a fun fashion show to showcase GFW’s range of unique shirts. What we didn’t expect was the large number of women who were happy to do it … in fact they WANTED to do it…..
Our models were all shapes and sizes, which reflects just what GFW Clothing is all about … “That people's bodies are all different, in addition to height and size there are variations in hips, bottoms, shoulders and chest sizes. One size does not fit all".
So we mixed a few 1970’s tunes, fixed the date and hey presto we had a show to put on! And boy did we rock! Just take a look at our fashion show and here too!
Diva Destinations also managed to model their very fashionable Diva T-Shirts too!
There you have it…. On a magical balmy evening with the sun setting across the beautiful blue Aegean Sea and with an audience of over 70 lesbians ready and waiting; we hit the play button, and released our models onto the catwalk. And boy did they love strutting their stuff…
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The Question on everyone’s lips is, can Team Europe win back the Cup? Unless you’re American of course, whereby you’ll be thinking, can Team USA retain it?
I’m already imagining who will be representing Team Europe. Who will qualify, the last minute ’Captain’s picks’ and the different pairings. I am sure England’s Georgia Hall, winner of the 2018 Ricoh Women’s British Open will play a vital role, along with Charley Hull. Hall ‘n Hull definitely has a ring to it. Plus, it’s a given that newly publicly, out and proud, Mel Reid will be fighting hard to secure her place on Team Europe. Reid, six-time Ladies European Tour winner and three-time Solheim Cup player, is one of those professional golfers who simply thrives on the camaraderie and passion that match play enables. The fact that she’s now openly batting for ‘our’ team is a fabulous bonus for our community. I was delighted to see her win her 2019 LPGA card and look forward to watching her progress throughout the season. A Solheim Cup without Mel Reid? Unthinkable.
If you’ve never been to a golf tournament before, unlike other sporting events, golf allows you to see the players up close and personal. You can watch them on the practise ground and putting green before they tee off and along the fairways during their rounds. This close-proximity to the players, really makes you feel a part of the action. My buddy Sam and I were up at Royal Lytham over those momentous few days last summer when Georgia Hall won her first Major. On the last few holes, Sam was so nervous at the prospect of Georgia winning, she could hardly watch. I reassured Sam ‘she’s got this.’ We felt very lucky to be in the crowd and share that moment together as we witnessed Georgia making golfing history.
Having said that, I must admit, although I have supported many professional tournaments over the years, I have never actually attended the Solheim Cup! Ridiculous, I know! Watched on TV of course, but never stood in the crowd and felt the tension that match play golf produces in shed loads. The Ryder Cup last year in France was an absolute triumph. The Solheim Cup showdown at Gleneagles in Scotland this year is expected to attract record crowds, many of them likely to be women who, like me, have never been before. I am confident the Solheim Cup will produce an equally exciting atmosphere and result and am absolutely thrilled to be hosting a trip up to Scotland to watch the drama unfold.
Working with LGBT Holiday specialist Diva Destinations, and Golf Holiday Specialist, Golf Escapes with their newly launched website The Ladies Collection, will ensure a perfect experience. Great company, stunning views and some of the best female golfers in the world. Come and make memories with me at this momentous event. I literally cannot wait.
Join me, Caron Morton – email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about our Solheim Cup trip.
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Our hosted lesbian group holiday goes down under in 2020!!
2020 is a big year for us. Not only is it the start of a new decade but Diva Destinations is going Down Under. Yes we are hosting a lesbian group tour to the stunning East Coast of Australia taking in everything we possibly can so our women get the best from their 3 weeks in the land of Oz! One of the big attractions of the tour happens the moment we land as we coincide our arrival in the midst of the 42nd Sydney Mardi Gras and just in time for the famous Parade on Saturday 7th March. Excitement is already mounting.
So what will you find on our travels? Well it’s the only country occupying a whole continent - extending north and south from the Tropic of Capricorn with visitors often amazed at the range of experiences available and how easy it is to try something new. We have put together a wonderful trip exploring the key destinations and attractions on Australia’s east coast between cosmopolitan Sydney and the resort of Port Douglas in the Tropical North. We will experience the stunning scenery of the Blue Mountains, the frothy waves of Byron Bay and the charming township of Port Douglas. And of course, Australia is famous for its sunshine and beautiful sandy beaches so we have built in a relaxing, chilled week in Byron Bay along the way!
Here are just some of the main highlights of our tour:
• Day trip on Sydney harbour to The Gap, Rose Bay & Watson's Bay
• Soaking up the sun on Sydney’s Bondi Beach
• Walking in the stunning Blue Mountains
• Climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge
• Partying at Mardi Gras Parade night
• Surfing on Byron Bay
• Lighthouse walk at Byron Bay & Aussie BBQ
• Minyon Falls in the Byron Hinterland – a stunning plunge waterfall that drops more
than 100 metres into a deep gorge
• Visit to a Koala Care centre in Lismore
• Lesbian dance at historic village hall
• The Great Barrier Reef -home to some of the world’s most beautiful marine life, the Great Barrier Reef supports incredible diversity, making it a unique experience for everyone. A true wonder of the World!
• A stunning ride on the Wavepiercer cruise from Port Douglas Reef Marina to Agincourt reef
• Daintree River Cruise
• Cape Tribulation beach and boardwalk
• Mossman Gorge: Indigenous presentation, afternoon tea and guided walk