Back and busy in my Sydney Dungeon

by | Mar 20, 2019

It’s been a very busy few weeks since I returned from my travels. I had such an amazing time – with all my favourite things… museums, ancient ruins, modern art, red wine, delicious food, amazing dungeons, some wonderful play partners and of course a decent dose of Fetish Shopping in London and Paris!

I love to travel – though unlike a lot of my colleagues I do 99% of my sessions in my own dungeon. I’m not super interested in touring back and forth all the time particularly in Australia – and I have to say that my regular cohort of submissives, slaves and spankos tend to keep me busy enough that when I do take time out of Sydney my focus is on my other passions and of course playing with people I already know. I had a perfect balance of this in London and Dubai with a couple of new-to-me subs who had been following my adventures for many years and a few of my favourites I’ve known for some time.

That said – I will be in Melbourne in April around Easter for a couple of days though as usual have very limited availability.

Though of course one of the absolute best things about visiting other cities is getting a peek into another Lady’s lair. I’ve visited amazing dungeons all over the world and always come away with new ideas for play and of course a few additions to my kink-shopping list!

This time London of course did not disappoint! With a visit to two incredible women I’ve admired online for many years… Firstly was an extended session at the dungeons of Mistress Miranda –  . She has an absolutely incredible set up, and my slave and I were lucky enough to have her join us for an hour of our play time to bring her incredible medical play skills to bear. We used several different rooms in her extensive facility – including my raiding her specialist CD rubber wardrobe to transform my sub into a rubberist toy.

Another wonderful opportunity was visiting the luxurious study of London’s Legendary Headmistress –  Miss Brown and I have smacked a *lot* of the same bottoms over the years including my good friend Hannah Elliot so we really enjoyed catching up and getting to know each other in person over a delicious dinner and a glass or two of red wine.

Then of course all the usual wonderful things – I got to see amazing art from Ancient Assyria to some of my favourite Contemporary artists including Mark Rothko and Jenny Holzer… visiting all the usual museum suspects plus of course the wonders of Ancient Rome. Absolutely glorious!

That said of course – I was happy to return home to Sydney’s beautiful sunshine – I must admit I was not properly prepared for the European winter! Particularly the cold rain and sleet in London – I had to purchase a very un-glamorous but extremely practical pair of waterproof hiking boots.

Completely lost in contemplation – Rothko is one of my very favourite artists.