I grew up in a small country town near the Danube River in Hungary, and whenever I visit Country NSW it feels like ‘home’ to me. I still have my unique European accent that will make you go weak at your knees!
I like travelling and have travelled extensively all around the world, having climbed Machu Picchu, skied on the Alps, rode camels in the desert, stayed deep in the Amazon Jungle, and snorkelled around tropical islands. I would be interested to hear about your holiday travels and trips.
I came to Australia in my 20s and studied business at a university in North Sydney.
I love all the colourful flowers! I once owned, managed and ran a very successful flower shop.
I am also passionate (but not obsessed) about health and fitness. I completed a personal training course for my own personal interest. I entered a fitness modelling competition a few years ago and won the runner-up award! I was also a Hungarian Kickboxing Champion when I was younger!
I work as an independent private escort without a booking assistant or agent. I absolutely love being a high class companion – I have found my calling!
Many of my regular clients come back to see me because they get a lot more out of our meeting than just great sex! My clients also inspired me to return to uni to study counselling and positive psychology... I am a great listener and easy to talk to.
I also enjoy mucking around too and having fun.
I can proudly say I have never done or tried drugs or provided natural services – not for me! Most of my wonderful clients actually choose to see me because of my standards.
I would be interested in getting to know you. Although I respect that some clients are private and I will never ask personal questions of you unless you initiate our talking about something personal.
I wrote the entire contents of my website. Even though I went to uni in Sydney, English is my second language (fourth actually) therefore I asked an editor to proofread it as I still make small mistakes here and there. Perhaps I can teach you some Hungarian when we meet? “Szerbusz” means hello…