I’ve moved!…

Dear All,

Just to let you know i have moved! I am now a minutes drive from Asda at HD2. Its much more discreet and suitable for my needs. Its also modern with no cracks in the ceiling! It has its own parking space and there is parking on the street aswell.

I look forward to welcoming you all to my new place!

Please also note a few price changes in my rates section.

Kisses,

India xxx

Off galavanting to York this time….

I`ve been off galavanting again! This time to York with my customer James. Boy did we pack a lot in! We stayed at the gorgeous Principal Hotel, on arrival we were upgraded to a superior room, overlooking gardens and York Minster in the back ground! The room was heaven, the bathroom huge and the `tuck box` and bright red phone caused great excitement! (well for me!). The phone was one of those old style retro type ones where the dial turns, genius lol.The hotel was just beautiful. It was a shame to leave but off we went to the National Railway Museum. Now i must admit, i didn`t think i would be so interested in a train museum, but actually it was great! I thoroughly enjoyed it! Loads too look at, we even saw and sat on a Japanese bullet train! We did the Tim Peake virtual reality experience, where you wear these Samsung goggle type things. You feel like you’re in space, it was very cool!

We ate at Ask Italian which is in the Grand Assembly rooms, a very impressive place! The cocktails went down well, as did the Chocolate Etna desert! They pour hot toffee sauce over this cup made of chocolate at the table to reveal ice cream and a delicious fondant! A feast for the eyes and the stomach!

The next morning York Minster was on the agenda. It`s quite a few years since i have been, i had forgotten how stunning it is inside.

After some hinting, James took me to Yorks Chocolate story. It`s kind of a guided tour about the history of Yorks chocolate makers. Very interesting, and the samples slid down well! We got to get a bit creative with chocolate at the end which was fun! Walking and shopping followed, then a late fish n chip dinner before a leisurely drive home. A great day/overnight/day had! Thankyou James.

 

Valentines date with a difference 2018!

Well finally i was asked by a customer to go on a Valentines date this year! And i`ve got to say it was the best one ever! What did we do? Well apart from the obvious ;) we went trekking with Llamas! (no that`s not a typo!). It was brilliant! There was about 12 of us in the group. We were given a talk about Llamas which was really intresting, how to handle them etc. Then we stood round in a horse shoe shape and they bought the Llamas round so we could stroke them and i think to see how we reacted to them, as you are matched with a Llama to suit your personality! (yes they all have different personalities!).

I was matched with the beautiful Bertie, who is a bit sensitive, needs re-assurance and a confident lady. James my date was matched with Bolly, who likes a chat so they were very well suited! Each Llama has its own preferred place in line, for example Dobby likes to lead the pack whilst out on the trek and my Bertie likes to be 2nd/3rd only in line or he gets a bit skittish (as demonstrated when we fell into 4th position!).

We set off on the 1.5 mile trek, whilst the snow fell gently around us! The Llamas werent worried with there lovely thick coats. I chatted to Bertie as you do and re-assured him that i would look after him. James`s Llama chatted to him, i kid ye not, they make these funny little sounds!. The terrain was pretty muddy and slippy in places with some narrow paths to tackle, but the Llamas are use to it and just follow you. We stopped regularly so the Llamas could eat some grass and too take a few pictures. Once back at the farm a hot drink and cake was waiting for us (much needed it was blooming cold!). A brilliant time had, i highly recommend it! We checked into a hotel nearby with a four poster bed! It had an amazing log fire so we sat and had a nice drink, warmed up and chatted about our wonderful experience!

In the evening we had one of the most delicious meals i have ever eaten, like something off Masterchef! Such a great day and night had! One that i will never forget. Thankyou for inviting me James! :)

 

Kitty Cafe and The Ballet….

Had a lovely weekend, went to Leeds to the newly opened Kitty Cafe. It was so cool! There`s rope bridges, giant scratching posts, shelves a few feet from the ceiling going all the way along the wall so the cats/kittens can get away if they want too. Lovely looking cat beds, and really comfortable brightly coloured chairs to sit in. Your encouraged to wander around and stroke the cats (no picking up though). They also supply string so you can play with the cats. The cats must be in heaven! I think they will be pretty disappointed when they get adopted lol. A decent bit of cake was had too! If you are a cat lover you will love it!.

When in Leeds it would be rude not to go for a curry! Lovely meal had at my favourite curry place.

In the evening i went to see The Little Mermaid Ballet by The Northern Ballet at Leeds Grand. Wow. Just wow. It was brilliant. Just stunningly beautiful. The girl who played the Little Mermaid was just amazing! You could tell she was suppose to be `under the sea` even though there was no real water lol, and obviously they don`t speak. Such brilliant acting. Watching the girls on there tip toes! Blimey!. I`ve only ever seen one ballet before and that was The Nutcracker years ago. I highly recommend it!

I missed the Strictly final, but have since caught up with it. I am a tad disappointed at the result, i have been routing for Debbie or Gemma for weeks, but hey ho!

Christmas will soon be upon us!

India xxx

National Centre for Birds of Prey trip….

Had a fab trip out to the National Centre for Birds of Prey located in Dunscombe Park, Helmsley. It was a lovely scenic drive over, freezing cold, i think the temperature was around -1!. On the plus side there was hardly anyone there, so we did`nt have to wrestle to see the birds. There were so many different kinds to see, and plenty of owls which i adore. We watched a couple of flying demonstrations where they flew a Great Grey Owl (see pic), Brown Wood Owl, a Caracara and a couple of others who`s names escape me! 

Then back to the gorgeous bed and breakfast with the most gigantic bed i have ever seen, a couple of hours were spent warming up 😉 The bedroom had one of those free standing baths! Plus a huge shower that could fit a lot of people in! I made use of the bath and took some photos which will be in my AdultWork gallery when i have had a sort through.

We went back to the Birds of Prey Centre for the evening owl event. A tour and info about the owls were given, we watched them flying the owls both inside and out and they even gave us a meal too!

Back to the posh bed and breakfast to warm up……again! 😉 All that fresh air wore us out, i slept well in the gigantic comfortable bed! Morning shenanigans may have occurred 😉 then a hearty full English Breakfast. We had a stroll around Helmsley, its got lots of lovely little shops, not high street ones, so you can find different kinds of gifts. My gentleman James treated me to a lovely bangle. A leisurely drive home was had, it was snowing lightly when we got closer to Huddersfield but not settling. Another great over night had!

India Rose xxx

December days off 2017….

I have a few things planned for December so will be off as follows…

Saturday 9th/ Sunday 10th December OFF

Saturday 16th/Sunday 17th December OFF

Finishing for Christmas break Saturday 23rd December at 4.30, returning to work Thursday 28th December from 9am.

Monday 1st January 2018 OFF

Back to normal working hours Tuesday 2nd January, available from 9am. Have attatched a few more seal pics from Donna Nook (please read previous blog!).

India xxx

Weight loss, Seals and Strictly!…

Been a busy bee of late! It seems its that time of year when newbies treat themselves to some fun! And why not!

I was asked to accompany a gentleman of mine James to visit Donna Nook Grey Seal Colony in Lincolnshire. The seals come every year to give birth, mate again, then waddle off back to sea, before returning the same time next year. For wildlife lovers its a sight to behold! There`s literally just a little wooden fence separating you from the seals, so you get so close to them! When we went there was around 700 bulls (males), 1590 cows (females) and 1690 odd pups! Amazing to see! I got some lovely pictures. A lovely meal and overnight followed before a leisurely drive home the next morning, singing along to Abba and Elton John!

Recently i also went to see Tango Moderno at the Alhambra in Bradford. It was suppose to be with ex Strictly stars Vincent and Flavia, although unfortunately on the night we went Vincent had hurt his back so couldn`t perform. That was really disappointing. A good show nonetheless! A delicious meal at Akbars softened the blow! I do love a curry! Speaking of Strictly….i have been enjoying the series. Debbie is just brilliant! I really enjoy watching Gemma and Mollie to. I would like to see an all girl final! Alexandra is a great dancer but does not come across very genuine.

Weight loss!….I have lost rather a lot of weight since July, two and a half stone to be precise and gone down three dress sizes so far. Don`t worry for those of you who like big girls, i still have a big breasts, belly and butt! I`m getting ready for my holiday abroad next year so i want to look good! I`m feeling sexier than ever! I have attached a recent pic of me to this blog. I will get some new photos done when i get to a size 16 next year. How have i done it i hear you ask?! Actually one of my customers recommended a Hypnotherapist he used to stop himself smoking and eating chocolate, so i got the details and booked myself in. It worked straight away and i felt like a different person when i came out the session an hour later! I had three sessions in total, best money i ever spent!.

Till next time,

India xxx

 

A date with a difference!….

I was recently asked if i would accompany a gentleman of mine, James, to an afternoon Birds of Prey Experience, followed by an overnight. With a love for owls in particular i did not hesitate! The setting was gorgeous, surrounded by green rolling hills. The experience was just James and i and a handler, so very personal. We were shown around the enclosures and introduced to around 30 plus different species of Birds of Prey including a Harris Hawk, Peregrine Falcon, American Kestrel, a Merlin, Snowy owl, Long eared owl and a European Eagle owl. All the different owls were just stunning. I thought i would be more interested in the owls, but actually i have a new found love and respect for all the birds. We were lucky enough to fly a Barn owl, African Eagle owl, Kestrel, Red Kite and even a Vulture! I can`t explain how amazing it feels to be so close so them and how it feels when they are flying towards your gloved hand! A brilliant experience that i will never forget.

Back to a lovely hotel where i thanked James in my own special way for inviting me on such a great date 😉 A delicious dinner was had in the pub next door. Being a classy bird that i am, i opted for the Trio of local sausage, mash, onion gravy and veg. I kid ye not they were the best sausages i have ever tasted! Working out a £5 a sausage so they should be! lol. Dessert was a Sticky Toffee pudding to share. It was Masterchef standard! So light and fluffy! We then retired back to the room for…………..well i`ll leave that to your imagination! The next morning i was fed and watered with a full English and driven safely home. James left with a huge smile and a spring in his step! Thankyou for inviting me! xxx

Filey trip!…

Just back from another break to Filey. I just love it there. Always find something new to do. This time we did a private tour of the Sealife Centre at Scarborough, which was pretty cool being the only people in there! Great to see all the different fish and animals. The experience also included going to the Seal hospital and feeding the seals which was great fun! Nice walk from the Sealife along Scarborough front. I love all the coloured beach huts.

We also went to Filey Bird and Animal Garden which is a brilliant little place. There were only a few couples wandering around so even better! I thought it would be over run with kids. I loved seeing all the different birds and animals. You could buy animal feed for 50p and feed the Goats, Sheep and Shetland Ponies. It was so tickly when they licked your hand! There was a greedy goat who snatched the entire bag of feed! lol. Must of seen us coming! I love anything that`s hands on like it was, i am a bit of a kid sometimes! They had gorgeous gardens to wander around too. I loved it!

Did lots of walking along the cliff top, the views are just stunning. I don`t mind walking with a view like that! Walked all the way along into Filey seafront one day, then sat and had a delicious lunch looking out to sea!

Went to Reighton Beach one day which was gorgeous, 5 miles of sandy beach. It was lovely and clean, although the cafe worker was saying how dirty it is in the height of summer with people dumping there rubbish and burying there barbecues! gross! There werent too many people there either, perfect!

Tried out an Italian restaurant that i`ve not been to before. The Calzone was lovely, if a little huge! And the Greeter was actually Italian, unusual these days! Obligatory Fish and Chips were also consumed and a curry too! Good job i walked alot! The weather was pretty good too, a few showers but it didn`t spoil our plans.

Had such a good time, unfortunately i bought a cold back with me. Apologies to those who i hav`nt been able to see and whose calls i have missed. I`m worth waiting for trust me! Feeling better today.

Hopefully i might get to Filey next year, although i am planning a trip abroad next year.

India Rose xxx

 

Whitby Regatta and other musings…

I trotted off to Whitby for the Regatta yesterday. The weather was kind! Dry with some clouds, ill take that! A leisurely lunch was had at the Fishermans Wife. Delicious food, comfy seats and a view to die for! Thankyou very much! It was winner of the Best Fish and Chips in Whitby 2017, thats got to be a good sign i thought, and it was! Went up to the Abbey and had a mooch around. Lovely views from up there and i love the little garden you can walk around. There was no-one else in there so it was lovely and peaceful! Whitby town was especially packed with the Regatta being on. An ice cream had, its got to be a 99 with a flake in a tub for me! A wonder round, there were street performers including morris dancers of all things! I saw in the distance the North Yorks Birds of Prey stand, being an owl lover i made a be-line for it! Lots of `Ooohing` and `Ahhhing` followed! I was lucky enough to be able to hold Mrs Robinson, a European Eagle Owl, she was a beauty with a 6ft wing span and weighing in at 9lbs. She had the most amazing orange eyes.I have some pics but as i wasn`t wearing makeup i didn`t want to frighten ya`ll by posting them! You can see Mrs R in my collage below. A lovely day had!

Speaking of lovely things….i had a lovely overnight recently. I was taken to a lovely hotel out in the country. Wined on the terrace (well ok Vodka and Redbull for me!) with gorgeous views, a lovely meal had in a little pub. Then a lovely night (and morning 😉 ) of love making. I was ready for my full English in the morning! I was really well looked after and safely delivered home in the morning. The perfect gent!

Did anyone go to the Saxophone Massive event at The Piece Hall in Halifax? It was to celebrate its re-opening after its renovation. That was also a great night, although getting rained on not so much but hey-ho. The saxophones sounded brilliant! Got me thinking why cant i play an instrument! The players were all ages from 6yrs to sixty odd! I don`t know how the younger ones managed to hold the instrument!

I will be OFF Sept 7th to 11th. Back on the 12th available from 12….

India Rose xxxx

Short break to Filey May 2017…

Just returned from a long weekend at Filey, we stayed at the same place as last year. The weather was pretty kind to us! The first 2 days were blue skies with a breeze, then dry but grey skies with a stronger breeze! Cobwebs most definitely blown away! Frankly i’m just grateful it didn’t pour the entire time!

We went up to Bemptom Cliffs Nature reserve, home to 250,000 seabirds. It really was quite a sight, i found it fascinating! I didn’t manage to see any Puffins, despite using binoculars! Although from the chatter i heard from others there were a few there. Did you know Puffins are the size of Pigeons, so not as big as you probably think. Hence why they are harder to spot!.

Went to Bridlington, mainly to see the kite festival. Was a nice spectacle to watch, nice to see all the children getting there first kite flying lesson with ‘Dad’. Not my fave place, but nice to tick off the list. I much prefer Filey.

Plenty of walking done along the cliff tops, lots of photos taken (zoom in on my pic to see all the birds on the cliff at Bempton), such stunning views! I just love being by the sea, watching the waves crash against the rocks.

Some good food eaten! Fish and Chips of course! Some of you recommended Inghams, it went down well! Also a delicious Indian meal at Monsoon as a birthday treat (not mine, although mine is coming up if you would like to treat me, have a look at my wishlist https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/registry/wishlist/27BT3LBO8455O/ref=cm_wl_sortbar_o_page_1

Underwear vouchers also gratefully received! I like to buy it from Curvissa or Simply Be, sizing varies so i like to choose myself to get the best fit).

Got through some Dvd’s in the evenings, enjoyed all of them actually. Sully, Miracle on the Hudson, definitely worth a watch. Tom Hanks is ace. Still Alice, about a lady who gets Dementia in her forties. Sad but interesting, not for everyone though. Me before you, a love story, really good but sad too. Finally A Streetcat named Bob, seen it before, i enjoy it!

Highlight of the trip? I really loved Bempton cliffs, but then i also loved the cliff top walks, beach and fab scenery. Until next year…..

India xxx

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Hope you are all well! I’m doing well too thanks for asking!

Those of you who know me well know i love going to the theatre. The latest show i saw was Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, not to be confused with Lord of the Dance. This was some kind of re-vamp. I was kind of expecting the old style Riverdance and Lord of the Dance type thing, you know the amazing Irish dancing and there feet going 19 to the dozen! I was incredibly disapointed! It was all very random! Men dressed up as robots, women dancing seductively, ripping off there dresses and prancing around in there underwear (ok so the men did cheer at that bit). The men also ripped off there vests (i felt like i was at a Chippendales show, not that i would know what thats like) 🙂 All done to a back drop of Unicorns, rainbows, green fields complete with a stream and some silly storyline. We did manage to stay till the end, in the hope it might get better, but it didn’t!. The little bit of Irish dancing they did was excellent, there just wasnt anywhere near enough! On the plus side the main male dancer was rather cute, and could certainly move his feet! Between you and me i use to have a crush on Michael Flatley, i saw him years ago in Lord of the Dance, you cant knock his feet, although god knows what he was thinking when he wrote this show! A delicious curry compensated, when in Bradford it would be rude not to i say!

I also went to see Beauty and the Beast (at the cinema). Although i couldnt help but think it would be amazing live on stage at the West End! Emma was great, she had such a lovely voice and is a great actress. All the songs were brilliant. I rather loved the Beast aswell! That deep voice and those piercing eyes! Really well made and funny in parts too. If you can put up with a cinema full of kids i’d recommend it! Or go to an evening viewing! I’d definitely like to watch it again when it comes out on DVD.

Just a heads up ill be off for Easter for the whole 4 days.

Ciao for now,

India xxx

Happy New Year!!…

Happy new year to all! Hope you had a good Christmas and new year! I’m very much looking forward to 2017, for what it may hold, and for who it may bring! Regulars or newbies! Those gentlemen that keep having a look at my profile but haven’t quite plucked up the courage to call me 😉 C’mon, take some time to read my feedback and reports, you will not be disappointed! I can calm even the most nervous, quivering, shaking like a leaf gentlemen! Lol.

See you soon!

India xxx

Oh come on Santa i’ve not been that bad! ;))

I’ll be off the 25th to the 28th December.

29th December 9am – 6.30pm

30th December 9am – 6.30pm

31st December 9am – 5pm

1st January 2017 OFF

2nd January 9am -6.30…. (Back to normal!)….

Happy Christmas to all! See you soon!

India Rose xxx

Sunny Manchester Christmas break!..

I had a few days off this week and went to sunny Manchester! Actually it rained pretty much the entire time! There seems to be a theme developing as when i went a few years back it rained too, and i’m not talking a bit of drizzle! Luckily one was prepared this time! The little wooden huts selling Mulled wine etc at the Christmas market were a god send and make a good place to shelter! I love the Christmas markets. So much nicer to go during the week, as on a weekend its so packed your like sardines! (lesson learnt from last time!). We had a lovely hotel too. It had a smell of luxury just from entering inside! Huge Christmas tree in reception, which gets replaced i’m told halfway through December. The staff were so nice and helpful! (most unusual!). Lovely buffet breakfast too. Christmas shopping finished off check!

I’m working right up to the 24th December till about 2pm, so pop in!

Happy Christmas!

Love India xxx

December days off 2016!..

Gentlemen,

Please note i will be off on the following days:

Saturday 3rd December

Saturday 10th December (Only available 2pm-6.30pm).

Monday 12th December

Tuesday 13th December

24th December – I will be finishing at 1pm, and will be back to work Thursday 29th December at 9am.

31st December – Finishing at 4pm. Off New years day, then back to normal hours 2nd January.

India xxx