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Ms. Lilly’s Adrenaline Pumping Australian Adventures

Goddess Gone Walkabout Oct 28th-Nov 16th

Hi Subbies–I’m still Down Under, but I wanted to let you know about some of the other fabulous things James and I will be doing while we’re here. In my last post, I mentioned how we’ve scuba dived at several locations in the Great Barrier reef over the course of 10 days–including free diving with sharks. This post—I’m focusing on the adventures we’ll have by exploring Australia by land, not sea.

White Water River Rafting

James and I will be getting drenched in water and adrenaline in equal measure during a full day of white water rafting in class 2 to class 4 rapids. It’ll be a fantastic day that’s sure to get us soaked, and give us plenty of stories to tell. Just a heads up: class 4 rapids are no joke–and I wouldn’t recommend them to anyone who’s inexperienced. There is a risk of serious injury, drowning, and death. The danger is real, but so is the thrill of living life on the edge. So while James and I are looking forward to an amazing, exciting, and fun day–we know it’s also going to be exhausting and hazardous, and we’ll be looking out for each other and the other people in the raft.

A Rainforest that Pre-Dates T-Rex

The Daintree Rainforest: It’s the oldest continually surviving rainforest in the World, and World Heritage Listed. Daintree contains species that date back over 135 MILLION years, and the same species DO show up in the fossil record. It’s home to species found nowhere else on earth, as well as 25% of all species in Australia. We’ll be taking a river cruise through Daintree, enjoy a rainforest walk, a cable ferry, and tour some of the most scenic vistas in all of Australia.

Waterfalls Above the Clouds

The Atherton Tableands: A glorious scenic area filled with waterfalls and streams, several thousand feet above sea level. We’ll be spending a day touring, hiking, and swimming here following our diving trips AFTER we lounge at sea level for a day—decompression sickness isn’t something I care to experience in my lifetime.

I’ll be back soon strokers!

In the meantime, don’t forget to keep the Ladies company, and check out my tumblr blog–I’ve queued up lots of gorgeous pics & naughty free audios for you to enjoy while I’m away. 🙂

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Mistress Lilly’s Great Barrier Reef Scuba Diving Pilgrimage

Great Barrier Reef: Going Walkabout on the Water

Hi subbies! Don’t worry that you won’t see me on for calls for a while–I’m on my way to the other side of the world for the vacation of a lifetime with my fiance James! We’ll be gone for just over two weeks, so if you missed talking to me before I logged out this morning, you’ll be able to catch up with me when I get back. 🙂 We’re going on a Scuba diving pilgrimage to the Great Barrier Reef, and will be having a few land-based adventures in the land Down Under while we’re there. This post is all about the Great Barrier Reef portion of our trip.

Scuba Diving on the GBR

The Great Barrier Reef: I’ve been aching to go to this World Heritage listed Natural Wonder for years! Seriously, the hope of diving here one day is what inspired me to become a licensed scuba diver. It stretches across thousands of miles and thousands of reefs, and it’s home to an amazing variety of gorgeous species. It’s also critically threatened by climate change. James and I will be exploring and diving in about 14 different sections of the Ribbon Reefs and Outer Reefs locations over the course of 10 days.

The Outer Reef: Located between the edge of Continental shelf and the abyss, these chains of reefs tend to be the most pristine, with the healthiest ecosystems, the best visibility…and the biggest sea life. Including sharks. Lots of sharks. I’m a little nervous about that since we’re free diving, but they’re mostly reef sharks and apparently harmless to humans unless provoked. The days we spend here are also our best chance to see a few early bird dwarf mink whales and Humpbacks who are migrating a little early, and maybe a tiny bit of coral spawning.

The Ribbon Reefs: Located in shallower waters, these chains of reefs are the ones most vulnerable to climate change. Many of them have already started showing signs of coral bleaching and death. Our trip takes us to the ones not as affected, but the Ribbon Reefs are living on borrowed time unless conversation efforts are successful.

More Details on My Australian Adventures are Coming Soon!

I’ll be sharing more details of our trip itinerary over the coming days–including thrilling adventures white water rafting, rainforest trekking, and hiking through waterfalls several thousand feet above sea level. In the meantime, feel free to check out my tumblr blog if you’d like to feel connected—I’ve queued up some gorgeous pics & naughty free audios for you to enjoy while I’m away. 🙂

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One Week Until Ms. Lilly’s Australian Vacation!

Ms. Lilly’s about to be on her way to Australia

Your resident cruising Mistress is at it again! This time, I’m heading Australia to explore some of the most majestic and amazing things on the planet. James and I will be flying out Oct. 28th for Sydney, and spend just over two weeks on a scuba diving pilgrimage to the Great Barrier Reef. As long as the flights are on time, I should be back on the phone November 17th. It’ll be the vacation of a lifetime, and I still can’t believe it’s finally, really happening! Make sure to grab a session with me before I go, because this Walkabout adventure will last a while.

The Great Barrier Reef: an Endangered Natural Wonder

One of the reasons James and I are heading out now is because climate change is critically threatening and endangering the Great Barrier Reef. The slow rise in temperate and acidity of sea water is leading to coral bleaching world-wide, and the Great Barrier Reef is no exception. More than 25% of reefs within it are already experiencing coral bleaching and death. The GBR is at a very delicate cross-roads between its survival, and destruction…and it’s uncertain whether conservation efforts will be enough to stem the tide. In short–James and I are trying to view the Reef while it is still alive and vibrant. It may not be in the years to come.

Several Days of Unforgettable Land & Sea Adventures

We’re going to have the vacation of a lifetime–starting with 10 days on the Great Barrier Reef— 7 on a live aboard scuba diving trip through the Outer Reefs, and 3 exploring the Ribbon Reefs closer to shore. We’ll have the opportunity to do well over 25 dives, including some night dives. Then, we’ll have a few days to explore the Daintree Rainforest, go white water rafting, and trek through the Atherton tablelands waterfalls. It will be an unforgettable vacation, one with memories and photos to last a lifetime–and I’ll make sure to tell you all about it when I get back!

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Mistress Lilly’s Safari & Cruise

Yesterday, I went to Animal Kingdom. Today, I’m going on a cruise

I’m packing a lot of adventure into this October, and yesterday I definitely took a walk on the wild side. Disney’s Animal Kingdom just might be my favorite park! I’m posting this right before heading out on my Mistress Cruise with the other LDW Ladies, so it’s going to be a bit more brief than my last post.

I can’t wait to come back here with James–I love the thought of being able to cuddle with him during a sunset ride at Kilimanjaro Safari, or wager with him on which one of us is going to get soaked on Kali River Rapids, see if he screams on Everest, and so many more things… Also, Animal Kingdom is THE Park to sneak off into one of the bazillion little tucked away bits of tropical paradise for some discrete, private teasing.

Here are some pictures from yesterday’s adventures:

Kali River Rapids

Expedition Everest

Kilimanjaro Safaris

Finding Nemo: The Musical

Festival of the Lion King

*All pictures taken with my Olympus TG4, cropped & resized.

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Femdom Foodie: Hollywood Brown Derby at Walt Disney World

I decided to fly in early for the cruise, and visit Walt Disney World

Hollywood Brown Derby Bread Basket & Butter

Hollywood Brown Derby Bread Basket & Butter

I had a fabulous time at the theme parks–but this post is about the food at the Hollywood Brown Derby in Disney Studios. I’d heard wonderful things about their Cobb Salad and Grapefruit Cake, so wanted to give it a try. I was lucky enough to grab a walk-in table with about a 20min wait (I was warned it could be up to an hour).

Complimentary Additions

Bread Basket: Crusty Fresh Baked mini Bollio Rolls, served with a scoop of whipped butter sprinkled with coarse ground pink Hawaiian salt & sprigs of thyme.

The bread service was wonderful.  Rolls were crusty & flaky on the outside, tender on the inside. I stripped and crushed the thyme sprig leaves, then sprinkled them back onto the butter to intensify the scent and flavor. The Hawaiian pink salt was an interesting, earthy addition–it added a slight depth of flavor beyond plain sea salt that tied in nicely with the thyme & highlighted the sweetness of the butter. Unfortunately, the grind was so coarse that some bites of buttered roll tasted more like earthy brine than anything else.


Crispy Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes: English Cucumber, Plum Tomato Slaw, Sweet Chili Sauce  

Hollywood Brown Derby Crab Cakes

Hollywood Brown Derby Crab Cakes

These were not like any crab cakes I’ve ever had before. It would be more accurate to call them crab hush puppies. An order is 3 small deep-fried balls of crab ‘cakes’ served on top of slaw, with smears of ‘sweet chili sauce’. The plating was very attractive, the balls were fried a nice golden brown with a good crisp, the inside was moist and tender. However, for the price, I was expecting crab cakes–not 3 hush puppies the size of a Lindor truffle. I could vaguely taste crab, but certainly couldn’t see it (except in the plated single crab claw). Slicing them in half revealed an interior with no textural or color contrasts, no ‘jumbo lumps’ of crab meat were in any of my 3 hush puppies. The sweet chili sauce tasted like sriracha-laced ketchup, and the slaw was a moist mix of thinly julienned cucumber and tomato with no discernible seasoning or dressing aside from perhaps a little salt. Not bad, but not what I was expecting or wanting, and not worth the price.

Main Course

Our Famous Cobb Salad: with Finely Chopped Greens, Turkey Breast, Bacon, Egg, Tomatoes, Crumbled Blue Cheese, Avocado, Chives, and Cobb Dressing  

Hollywood Brown Derby Cobb Salad

Hollywood Brown Derby Cobb Salad

I chose the entree size…and I have to admit, when the plate was brought out, I thought perhaps they’d sent the appetizer portion by mistake. But no; it’s simply served in a very large salad plate that makes a not very large serving size look even smaller. It’s prettily plated, but I’d only recommend this for those who like a salad that is heavy on dressing and blue cheese. When it came out, I thought for sure the salad beneath the toppings was wet & wilted–but having re-read the description back in my hotel room, I realized that finely chopped greens doesn’t have to mean standard salad greens–it could be collard greens. I don’t have enough experience with collards to say with certainty if that’s what they were–if but if wasn’t badly wilted salad greens, the collards might have been lightly blanched–that’s it, no other flavoring or treatment.

I chose to mix my salad up, which definitely had an impact on taste. As it is, my thoroughly mixed Cobb salad reminded me of dip, or the filling of a turkey club salad sandwich. The faint crisp on bacon wasn’t enough of a textural contrast. I think the mixed up version would be amazing on toasted pita chips, but as a salad… not at all what I was expecting, and not worth the menu price.


Mini Dessert Trio (Select Three)

Hollywood Brown Derby Mini Dessert Trio

Hollywood Brown Derby Mini Dessert Trio

Beautifully plated, and individually stunning as well. I chose:

  • Amaretto Flan and Opalys White Chocolate Whip with an Almond Cookie
  • Brown Derby Original! Mini Grapefruit Cake
  • Banana-Toffee Cake on Cocoa Crunch and Strawberry-Banana Pearls

Amaretto Flan: This was more of a mini pot de creme than flan. The white chocolate whip was substantially thicker and denser than the so-called flan. If it was intended to be flan, mine hadn’t set at all. However—it was delicious, rich, and smooth, and the yummy almond cookie had a nice crunch that perfectly complimented and accented the silkiness of the rest of the dessert.

Mini Grapefruit Cake: You can definitely taste the grapefruit; It’s a cross between a layer cake and a torte. It put me in mind of soaked ladyfingers with an odd somewhat gelatin-ish consistency. An interesting dessert, and fairly tasty—yet not one I think I’d pick again.

Banana-Toffee Cake: Not sure I ever got a toffee taste or texture, more of a faint hint of caramel. It was more like a deluxe banana pudding torte than a cake; however–this dessert was wonderful. The cocoa crunch wasn’t that crunchy—it was more of a dense, dry brownie. The Strawberry Banana Pearls were a stroke of genius, and it marks the 1st time I’ve had molecular gastronomy in a dessert. Boba tea aficionados will recognize these as so-called popping bobas; others might know them by the description of fruit caviar. They offer an explosion of strawberry banana flavor that lightens the rich banana and caramel cream, and the cocoa base ties in nicely to the symphony of flavors.


The restaurant was fairly busy, so this review should be taken with a grain of salt. My server was friendly, but inattentive. Plates were slow to be brought out, and slow to be cleared away. Although I emptied my bread basket before the appetizer was finished, it was never refilled, and never cleared until the end of the meal. My water glass was never refilled unless it was absolutely empty and moved to the far side of my table to wait for 5-10min. The food menus in the restaurant are simple printed paper, no binder, folder, or protection, and mine had clearly been used before since they had discreet food stains.

On the whole, I was disappointed with the food and the service. Doubly disappointed because I’d previously heard such good things about it, and the ticket price was comparatively high considering what was received. For me, the bread service and the dessert were the highlights of the meal. Here’s hoping I’ll have a better experience at some of the other eateries at WDW.

*Names & descriptions of Appetizer, Main Course, and Desserts were taken directly from the online official Hollywood Brown Derby menu page offered by Walt Disney World.


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