Adelaide - things to do on your visit.
Welcome to Adelaide. Things to do.
Since the beginning of time, people have said Adelaide is a dull, boring, city of churches, where not much happens. Well I’m here to say pish - that is changing. One of the most fun parts of being an escort is being asked to be tour guide on occasion and let me tell you, there is nothing more fun than a day out, followed by hot steamy shagging on your return.
Here are a few of Adelaide’s finest things to do:
Wine lovers rejoice: Bus tour of McLaren Vale.
Of course the Barossa and Adelaide Hills have ample amazing wineries as well but recently I went on a bus tour of McLaren Vale. You catch the bus in the morning in the city and it takes you to your choice of 5 out of 10-12 wineries, picking you up every hour or so. Having too much fun or some lunch? no problem, stay another hour and your bus will collect you (and the copious amount of purchases along the way - oopsie). Drops you back in the city around 6 pm, just in time to grab dinner and retire back to your hotel room and you can open a bottle of your favourite purchase while your companion drops to her knees and begins to undo your belt…
Recommended wineries: Coriole, D’Arenberg, Fox Creek and Angove
Two words: Kangaroo Island. This place is absolutely magnificent. You’re going to need a car and God help you if your the seasick kind (like I am - let’s just say on one trip over, the fish were well fed) but the awful ferry ride is so worth it. Kangaroo Island has pristine beaches, gorgeous scenery and wildlife to die for. The wine, eateries and art galleries are fantastic and there are lots of secluded little places to stay with an escort who may be a touch on the noisy side. Imagine your face between her thighs as you overlook the ocean at Vivonne Bay, watching the waves crash as she pulls your head closer …
Stylish Evening out: Peel Street and Leigh Street.
Like the sound of cocktails, followed by a great meal, then wine bar, followed by a gin bar, perhaps some dancing before going back to your hotel and fucking like rabbits? Get yourself and your companion down to Peel St and Leigh St. Just off dodgy old Hindley Street awaits a newer, more vibrant precinct. You can guarantee a good time at just about any of the multitude of venues along these two roads but my favourites are:
Cocktails: Udaberri on Leigh St
Tapas: La Rambla on Peel St
Dinner: Peel St Restaurant on Peel St
Dancing: Casa Bla Bla on Leigh St
Bars: Haines and Co on Gilbert Place - sexy little nautical themed bar. Gin to die for
Bars: Cleve Little Tailor on Peel St
Just drinks and maybe a quick bite:
The rooftop bars at the Mayfair hotel and 2KW (both on King William St) are the perfect prelude to a few hours between the sheets. Enjoy the views over the city as the lady you are with ‘accidentally’ drops her napkin - imagine the city lights in the background, cleavage in the foreground as she licks her lips and asks if you would like to finish your drink because she has an itch that needs scratching. As you feel a stir in your trousers you can relax in the knowledge that your hotel room is not far from either of these magnificent bars.
Things that I haven't done yet.
Dinner at Penfolds Magill Estate
Apparently a lovely spot for a bite and a the odd stolen kiss
Its a BBQ for two (or more depending on how gang-bangy your imagination is) on the Torrens river. Looks like a hoot.
Everyone who has been to Adelaide lately has seen that fun little bar on wheels that is powered by beer swilling cyclists. It looks like the most fun you could possibly have on a bike. Because it is a travelling bar. I really want to do this, ‘town bike’ jokes aside…
So boo to anyone that proclaims Adelaide has ‘nothing to do’. This list has just scratched the surface. Of course, you can just bypass all of the above and come and let me keep you warm with an erotic oil massage and mind blowing BJ. This ultimate tour guide would like to take you to places you have never been to before. Bring your earplugs xxx