Monday, 3 December 2007

A night in The Village


Nothing cures a hangover like a traditional English breakfast and a cup of sweet tea... My start to Saturday morning.


Friday night got off to a blinding start. Alec and I met at Oxygen Bar in Leicester Square and began the night with a pitcher of Sex on the Beach. As we got drunker Alec became ever more flamboyantly gay. Noticing the "piss-off-out-of-here" look from the barman we left after we finished the pitcher and made our way to Soho.


I don't normally go to Soho, its not really my scene; too many street whores walking around looking for some fun. Alec took me to a bar on a small road called The Village. As soon as we walked in I could feel the love!


A sweet looking guy held open the door for us and gave us a hug and a peck on the cheek. As we made our way to the bar there were more hugs and kisses from various other guys. I had never been to place like this before, the people were so friendly!


Alec ordered drinks from a sexy barman and we made our way to upstairs to another room. The room was a romantic setting. The candles on the tables were the only light source. The tables were extremely low to the floor with lots of cushions and bean bags around them.


Alec and I joined a gay couple at their table. There were more hugs and kisses as we sat down and introduced ourselves. We hours drinking cocktails and talking about everything and anything. At around 1am we all decided to make our way downstairs to the dance floor. As soon as I stood up I felt a strong alcohol buzz. We danced wildly to Steps and S Club 7 until closing time.


At 4am, leglessly drunk, Alec and I caught a night bus. I usually get cabs back from bars and night clubs but Alec insisted that it would be fun. It was. We met a group of hen night girls that were dressed up as angels and devils. The bride-to-be was completely knocked out and was sleeping on Alec's shoulder. Her loyal friends had taken this opportunity to draw on her face with a bic pen. Alec and I signed our names on each of her cheeks before stumbling off the bus and proceeding to walk 2 miles back to my place.


I woke up on my bedroom floor at around 11am on Saturday. I somehow missed the bed when I had decided to crash out for the night. I hadn't even bothered to take my shoes off. Alec was already awake and I found him in the kitchen cooking breakfast. My head was pounding and my mouth felt dry but the food smelt wonderful.


We talked about Gay Boss over breakfast. Alec asked me if Gay Boss was the type to want a fling or a relationship. I told him that I didn't know. I think Alec wants a relationship with someone. When I told him about Solicitor he said "Its nice to have someone." He looked...sad. I hope he finds somebody, even if its not Gay Boss.
After breakfast Alec left and I spent an hour under a hot shower. Solicitor came over a few hours later and we spent the rest of the weekend curled up on the sofa watching DVDs and eating ice-cream. It is nice to have someone. Especially a sexy someone that loves you....

23 comments:

Grilled Pizza said...

That's the kind of night out i miss followed by the kind of weekend i love to have with Husband.
Sounds like a good one all round!

Alina Sharon said...

What an intriguing topic for a blog! I loved the post.

Ruby said...

sounds like you had a roaring weekend;-)

Juliana RW said...

You were right, Elise. It is nice to have someone that love us :)

C.Rag said...

"Especially a sexy someone that loves you...."

Sexy & love are the best combination.

hayley-emsley said...

Elise, it sounds like you had a brilliant time!! Alec sounds wonderfull and i now wish i had a gay best friend to do all that with, i think i may be able to convert one of my male friends, but it may take time!! haha.

It is nice to have somebody, i agree. I am glad you do, you deserve it!

Hayley x

SheBee said...

Dear lord woman!

Your night out sounds dangerously insane!

haha.

oh, welcome to Meeeee on your blog.

Thank you thank you ;)

Juliana RW said...

Hi Elise,

Can i put your blog at my blogroll? So it is more easy to come back :) And will you put mine also at your blogroll ^_^;;

Wendiva said...

i LOVE nyc, reading this made me wanna fly over there now! Soho, Soho...always stirring up some trouble there!

Elise said...

Um I guess I like New York too... I live in London though!

Michelle Hix said...

As soon as I read "pitcher of sex on the beach" I got a head ache! ha ha

maxxo said...

was it bacon sarnies he was cooking? i love them ...

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Cocaine Princess said...

I am so glad you had such a great weekend. It's so wonderful to have someone to cuddle with.
XOXOXOXO,
Cocaine Princess

TED VELVET said...

sounds like fun, I like gay guys they're usually funny as hell. one of my sister's is friends with a group of gay guys who are in a chorus and to raise money they host a gay Bingo night once a month. It's a lot of fun, the host gets dressed like Joan Crawford with two other guys dress like her kids in Mommy dearest. See if they do somehting like that in london and bring your boyfriend, you'd have fun.

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Simply Curious said...

It sounds like you had a blast! The last line kind of made me sad...even though I'm rarely alone.

I have to agree with C.Rag here. Best combination, ever.

City Girl said...

Sounds like an awesome night!! Haha I love the bar you described...sounds like the perfect mix of lounge & dancing! :)

Kitty said...

Sounds like a night out with Alec is a blast. I'm now intrigued about the bride-to-be - hope she gets the pen off before the wedding!

I'm so glad you got to have that sort of weekend with The Solicitor - if you think back a few short weeks, you'd never have believed it. :-) x

roentarre said...

Fantastic piece. I particularly found your first half very sensual reading. The story flows so well with such an interesting content!

Linda and her Surroundings said...

I am a bit jealous of your night out.... Mine usually involves a trip to the local family friendly restaurant...oh well, I can live my life via yours instead....