I went to see her recently, arrived on time but was told to wait by the barrier at the car park and she would text me code for door, was kept waiting for about 15mins, turns out she was waiting for a punter with Anja to leave !
once in the meeting was ok but got some funny looks while I was hanging around,
Let's be clear about this.
There are 3 girls working from this place. These girls try very hard to make sure that their clients don't meet each other, coming in or going out. Just make sure that you don't have your name in your shoes. Regulars will know what I mean.
Unless they have changed the code, half Suffolk & Essex already know it. I've not been there for a bit. (A bit of what you may ask ) LOL
I don't care if I get funny looks. They don't know who I am. My car is in the Car Park together with thousands of others. Although I was a bit surprised, on my 2nd or 3rd visit, to find, when I returned to my car, that I had left the window wide open. Just shows how honest people in Colchester are.
That brings me neatly to the problems of parking.
I do not like to park on the drive way of the house I am visiting.
Big multi story car parks are fine & so is street parking as long as it's a nice neighborhood but parking on the driveway of the house I am visiting is dangerous.
Once in Cambridge I parked on what had once been the front lawn of a house in Cromwell Road. What I didn't know was that many complaints had been made to the Police about the goings on there. Three weeks later the house was raided.
Recently I visited a sweet, beautiful young woman near Colchester. I parked in her parking space at the side of her house. It turns out that an ex boyfriend is jealous and could well be a danger to her clients, who knows.
Enough of this.