Totally Epic Weekend In Cardiff!

One time, one year, we here at Cardiff Escorts will have a quiet week where nothing really happens. Sometime in the far future – because things are still absolutely crazy right now both for us and for the rest of Wales.

We’re totally booked up for overnights and dinner dates this weekend, which is a little bit of bad news for those of you who were not fast enough to get your places confirmed by making a booking sooner rather than later. However, we do have a couple of open slots dotted around next week so make sure to call us right now to get those booked in!

We have new incalls Monday to Thursday with mixed girls other than Kate or Nicole. That’s yet another fantastic reason to keep checking our news feed to make sure that you’re never left out of the loop. Keep an eye out!

Our new young student escort Ava is settling is very well and is already immensely popular. She is currently covering Cardiff, Llanelli, Carmarthen and the surrounding areas so make sure to get your bookings in early to avoid disappointment. Too many fans, not enough time!

It’s not just us who has been busy. Wales has seen a huge surge in activity due to an event-packed week. Swansea has taken to the Beaujolais Day celebrations with its usual gusto and enthusiasm. As many of you will know, the Beaujolais region of France releases the first wine of the season a minute past midnight on the morning of the 15thNovember each year. This is met by celebrations all over the world by wine enthusiasts as the first cases begin to be transported worldwide. Few cities anywhere, let alone the UK, match the celebrations in Swansea with lots of parties, dressing up and celebrating. Not to mention wine tasting! Many of our escorts were lucky enough to take part with some select clients and were more than thrilled with the festivities.

Friday 16thNovember saw Wales face off against Denmark in the Nations League, losing by a very close Wales 1 – 2 Denmark. It was Wales 0 – 1 Denmark right up until the 88thminute but a frantic final 2 minutes was not enough to save the situation, with both teams scoring in the last breaths of the game.

Saturday was another big day for sport, with Wales playing Tonga in Rugby at Principality Stadium to a crowd of over 61,000. It ended on a definite positive with the final scoreboard reading Wales 74 – 24 Tonga. Well played, lads!

Call us on 07730-532-328 to ensure that you get your booking confirmed in minutes! The only regret you’ll ever have is that you didn’t book sooner! Who knows – you might find you have a brand new favourite. Whether you want to check out the brand new Ava or one of your old favourites, make sure to call up and get thing set in stone before the chance passes.

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