The truth is I’m a touring working girl newbie. I have met other touring working girls who have stayed in the house I work in, which is always fun, but I have never felt the urge to tour myself. Why would I when I have a beautiful working situation set up here in Christchurch?
But occasionally I get a text from someone in Dunedin asking if I will be going down there. I hadn’t really thought of it, and I’m not that fond of flying. Until recently that is.
I am traveling with someone who has been staying at my house, who despite a lot of forum hullabaloo surrounding her due to her popularity, I have found to be a really sweet and down-to-earth person. She has talked me into giving Dunedin a go. We will be staying in nice, discrete working girl-friendly accommodation.
There is a risk in traveling to work, in that it costs money, (accommodation, flights, advertising) and lifts you out of your comfort zone. None of my regular favourites will be turning up. I don’t know the area I will be staying at, or where I can buy my normal supplies. Will the clients like me? Will I earn enough to cover costs? Will I make a profit? Should I text the gentlemen who contacted me and asked when I was going to visit? (I think I had better not go that far for reasons to do with their privacy). These are all questions that cross the mind of a touring working girl.
I’m actually a little nervous and a little excited about it, all at the same time. I am advertising through the usual channels and hopefully that will cause some lovely men to get in touch with me on my normal phone number +64 22 0748964 and find the time to see me. I am sure they will make me feel welcome, just as when they are in my little room with me, I always do my best to make them feel welcome. I like to think what I call good old fashioned hospitality is one thing I am good at and hopefully this will be appreciated by Dunedin gentleman who, I hear, pride themselves in being equally hospitable. Imagine my delight!