Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Hello from Istanbul!

I left for Toronto late Saturday night, taking a nine-hour flight to Istanbul.

By the way, I am writing this post in the business centre of the hotel that my guy and I are staying at. Let me just say that there are challenges to typing on a Turkish keyboard:
  • The period is shifted over my a space. So, I end up entering ç.
  • The comma is to the left of the carriage return.
  • The letter i is to the left of the comma
  • The @ symbol is shared with the letter Q. I need to press the Alt Gr button with the letter Q.
  • The < and > characters use the same key. I need to press the Shift key to get the latter.
You can probably tell that it took me a long time to figure all of these nuances out, because I am a touch typist. I now have to slow down and look at the physical keyboard to make sense of what I am writing. The worst part was that my e-mail password has the letter i in it. I was unable to log in multiple times until I noticed that there are technically two letter i keys on the keyboard (that is, ı and i).

Well, I decided to go back to my room and grab my work laptop to write. I moved over to the business lounge where I can have a beverage while I write.

I am taking it easy today. Tonight, my guy and I are going to hit the down. We did that last night, but I had decided to walk all six floors of a mall nearby while he was at work. So, I was pretty tired walking up steep terrain last night that I didn't want to wear out that soon.

Anyway, my flight into Istanbul was great. However, I sat next to an extremely fidgety guy who kept elbowing and grazing me with his arm. I had had it when I was finally able to snooze and he once again interrupted my sleep when he hit me. I woke up and told him that I can't sleep with him constantly knocking into me. At one point, he was tugging at my seatbelt. I actually found his seatbelt and told him to put it on.

Needless to say, I did not sleep too well. Traffic in this city on a Sunday evening is jammed. It took me 1.5 hours to get to the hotel. It was to the point where the taxi driver was apologizing to me.

The hotel is nice. Everyone is super friendly and helpful. I had the front desk call my guy. We talked briefly before he came down to see me. We hugged. The bellhop brought my stuff up.

My guy and I kissed and hugged after the bellhop had left. I got to caress his freshly shaved head. He pressed his hard cock against me. He groped and played with my butt. He even gave me a few lovetaps.

We went into the business lounge for dinner. I had grilled chicken with a layered pasta dish containing ground beef, cheese, and mushrooms. Pepsi Light (European for Diet Pepsi) is offered in a glass bottle. It's just a classy place.

We talked and ate. We recapped our day.

We went back to our hotel for a bit of fun. He pleasured me a couple of times and showered me with kisses. I ended up giving him two blowjobs, which got him incredibly excited and happy.

My guy told me that he took a walk earlier in the day and got lost, so he had to take a taxi. I burst out laughing. He found my bottom, hiked my panties up to expose my bare bottom, and gave me several swats, telling me that I was bad.

We then cuddled for the rest of the night, talking while watching TV, and just enjoying being together at long last.


  1. oh that sounds so delightful. makes me want to have another vacation with BIKSS asap!

    1. It has been wonderful spending so much time with my guy. I hope that you and BIKSS can take another vacation together soon!

  2. Wow! You are in Istanbul. That is, well for me, mind boggling since I have never really been out of the US, except to Canada. So glad that you two had a great evening.

    1. Thanks, Blondie! At least you have been out of the US. When I lived there, one of my managers hadn't left Minnesota in her entire life! That shocked me!

  3. Sounds like a lovely time! I hope both of you enjoy the rest of your trip! :-)

    1. Thanks for dropping by, Jay! We are having a blast so far.

      I will need to drop by your blog more often. I have read a few posts and am enjoying your blog so far. =)

  4. Sounds like you two are having a lovely time...looking forward to hearing more of your adventures. ;)

    Hugs and Blessings...

    1. Yes, there's more to write about, Cat. Thanks!

  5. I can see you typing and all frustrated above the keyboard. Yes, exotic language Turkish. Glad you have a nice time over there.


    1. Yes, which was the main reason why I left the business centre to type on my laptop with my beloved English keyboard!