A Different Type of Adrenaline Junkie
So, we all love a good holiday. It gives us an excuse to escape the hubbub of the city and really relax. Everyone has differing preferences when it comes to what helps them relax, but some are just ridiculously questionable. The beach one is clear; you sit on sand and do absolutely nothing for anywhere from seven to fourteen days. Perhaps you’ve bought a plethora of books with you. But after the first couple of days, you will no doubt have bought a trashy magazine or just given up entirely and lay there listening to your iPod whilst catching the rays. Others might book a city break, using the opportunity to take in as much culture as possible and really go head first into the knowledge that we can get from this trip. Some may even want to jump off a cliff. In terms of base jumping, etc.! Nothing untoward here, thank you kindly. However, we have found something that whilst it does not seem like a holiday in anyway, not to mention the fact that they pay you instead of you having to shell out a load of cash for the best suite the hotel has to offer, it might be a little bit dangerous.
What Does It Feel Like?
Not that well known, there is such a thing as Flu Camp which certainly needs a little bit of explanation. Specialising in ‘conducting clinical trials to help beat viruses by developing treatments and vaccines for colds, influenza and other viruses’. Based in Whitechapel in east London, their research and care facility has been specially built to handle large numbers of clinical trials to develop vaccines. The work they’re doing is impressive, obviously not as much so as the London escorts from V, but they’re certainly on a par. Constantly recruiting volunteers between the ages of 18 and 45 year olds.
How Can You Help an Escort?
We need you help in ensuring our Whitechapel escorts never need to embark on this dangerous quest by providing them with constant work. If you’re ever in the East End of London and find yourself wanting to head out for a night but no one to go with, that’s why we have the companions for you. Don’t think that they will be too busy to accommodate time with you; after all, if you don’t ask you don’t get. So the next time you’re feeling lonely of a Friday night (of course, we are open twenty-four hours a day so it doesn’t really matter on the day), give us a call. With friendly receptionists to help every step of the way, there never need be an indecisive bone in your body when it comes to embarking on an exciting adventure with any of the companions that we have for you. Flu Camp on the other hand? That might take some convincing.