Over the last couple of months I have not been able to find any Surrey escorts at all. Once up on a time there used to be plenty of cheap escorts in London but all of that has changed. London is now one of the most expensive capitals in the world to live in, and I am not so sure how long the average person is going to be able to manage to live in London. Eating and going out are now luxuries if you are a permanent resident in London.
Surrey escorts from https://charlotteaction.org/surrey-escorts must be finding it hard as well. Just like everybody else they are probably finding it tough to pay their rents. I noticed that more and more Surrey escort services gave up their boudoirs over the last year and now only work on an outcall basis. I can understand but that might make it hard for gents who are married and just want to date once in a while. But things are changing all over the place and I think that we need to learn how to adapt, and go with the flow.
I can’t think of any areas of London which are cheap to live in now. Where I grew up, Isle of Dogs, property prices used to be rock Bottom but now you will have a hard time finding a home for less than one million pounds. Most Londoners don’t earn that sort of money that they could afford a mortgage like that. A living wage of £9 per hour might be a dream for the Chancellor but is it enough to keep Londoners going. Surrey escorts would certainly have to earn more than £9 per hour to meet their rents.
It is not only London escorts who have been affected by the high rental and property prices. Most original Londoners now feel that they are being pushed out of town and some of them have moved away from London. As a matter of fact, I would say that there are very few of the original Londoners left in some areas of London. Properties have been taken over my movie stars, rich footballers and Russians. Let us not forget about the Russians. Do you know that we even have London escorts who speak fluent Russian? It never used to be this.
I keep wondering where it all is going to end. I don’t that for one minute the working class people will be able to stay in London. To do that you would more or less need to generate a millionaire’s income. It is very unlikely most Londoners will be able to do that. What is going to happen to all of the back-up services that rich people need when there is no one around to deliver them? One day the entire city might come to a standstill and there will not be anybody but the super-rich left.