Are you missing some social connection, you don’t have to have sex to have an enjoyable time. If you are a gentleman looking for a friendly companion to share a good laugh, conversation, some fun and a relaxing time I provide social dates. There is no expectations on either of us just to have a good time.
If you are visiting Sydney and would like a tour guide around this wonderful city or like some company on a lunch or dinner date, look no further, as I would love to connect with you on a social date.
Likewise, for any gentleman who need some company to an event or are lonely and would love to chat with me over a coffee, a walk on the beach or perhaps a movie.
Some of my favourite places to visit are the Blue Mountains and lunch at my favourite cafe at Wentworth Falls. Alternatively, a trip down to the Southern Highlands around Bowral or Berrima. A drive along the Northern Beaches where we could have a picnic and walk along one of the many beautiful beaches. If you are short for time, the city of Sydney on the harbour foreshore has so much to offer, sights, cafes and restaurants. These are just some ideas for a social date.
On another note, if you would like to be held and have a chat, I offer hugs and cuddle sessions (fully clothed non-sexual) to help relieve the tension and feel the touch of a person. We all crave the feel of touch of another person.
Spring is one of my favourite months when buds on the tree burst into bloom. I especially love the cherry blossoms and jacaranda trees.
‘Blossom’ is another word for flower which is usually flowers on trees of orchards. It is a sign that winter is over and the end of July the blossoms start to bloom. Plus the summer fruit will soon be here – peaches, pears, plums, cherries to name a few.
On a recent visit to Canberra in August I was able to see the cherry blossoms which were blooming around Lake Burley Griffith.
Jacarandas have a beautiful purple blue flower which flowers in late October to mid November which leaves a carpet of blue as their flowers fall to the ground. You can see the trees dotted all over Sydney especially along the foreshore. They are actually all over Australia. People flock to see the trees and the spectacular beauty for photos.
The proper name is jacaranda mimosifolio and are native to South America and have been growing in Australia for over 150 years, despite not native to Australia.
Jacarandas represents wisdom, rebirth, wealth and good luck. Legend says if the flower falls on your head, it means good fortune for you.
I went for a walk in the botanical gardens to see the large jacaranda tree while being able to view the beautiful harbour Sydney has to offer.
So take a walk in the botanical gardens to see the jacaranda tree. I’m available to accompany you as a social companion. See my services and rates for details.
The summer season has come to an end. It has been a summer I’m sure many of us would like to forget and one I hope will never be repeated. The devastating bushfires which so many lives and homes were lost. I had several friends who almost lost their homes down around Bega and in the Southern Highlands. The lost of wildlife which so sad to which our koala is close to extinction. Sydney was blanketed in smoke for months as the bushfires burned making it hard to breathe some days.
We endured drought and then we had the rain which was needed but only to bring floods. So nature has not been kind to Australia this summer as it says farewell for another season. As I take my last walk along the beach for summer which is slowly becoming isolated, it’s time to reflect what has occurred. You can feel the nip in the air in the mornings and evening. The autumn months will approach with the leaves on the tree turning a beautiful golden colour.