Out on the town with CD Aimee
We drove into town and found a great parking spot on the beach front right next to the hotel she was staying at. Aimee tells me that she has never been out in public while dressed, so I made sure that we made the most of it, and seeing as she was staying overnight it meant that we didn’t have to rush or be out by a certain time. So after checking in and getting ourselves comfortable Aimee said that she was feeling a little nervous and wouldn’t mind a glass of red wine, so I suggested that we go for a walk down St James street; which is also called The Gay Brighton Village.
So off we went for a little walk. The weather wasn’t that great, it was freezing, but at least it wasn’t raining.
We found a little shop and purchased a bottle of wine. I then asked Aimee how she was feeling and if she would like to walk down further, at first I thought she was to nervous and just wanted to hurry on indoors but she was all up for it, which was great.
The first place I took her to was a small cabaret venue called The Zone Bar which is located in the heart of the Gay village in Brighton. I didn’t realise on the day that it was St Patrick’s day until we walked in and all we saw was people wearing green and dancing to very loud Irish music. I turned around and looked at Aimee asking her if she was okay, she was. So straight to the bar we went.
We didn’t stay very long; the music was a little too loud for us. We finished our gin & tonics and I think by this stage Aimee was feeling more confident as she asked me what was further down the street.
So, further down the road we walked in our, not-too-high heeled shoes. I mentioned a placed called The Poison Ivy which is a well known Karaoke bar. It was still early and seeing as it was St Patrick’s Day we didn’t get to see any of the amazing Drag Queens on stage, though we still had a nice time, and I was so thrilled that Aimee wanted to go out. We finished our drinks and it was time to walk back to the room where it was nice and warm and all ready for some kinky fun.