An Australian couple actually get paid to travel and stay in luxury hotels and document their intimate moments.
23-year-old, Jessica D’Argent, and boyfriend Justin Engelke, 26, won a competition to take part in this sexy travel blog for condom company Skyn.
In order to win this competition, the two were treated to 14 nights at boutique hotels across Australia, stopping off in Sydney, Melbourne, Byron Bay, Tasmania, and Western Australia.
In return, they just had to pen their erotic reviews of each place they stayed for the blog ‘Places of Intimacy’.
Here’s an extract from one of their reviews:
“On closing the door to the room I ran to the stairs to look up to our bed, but he caught me before I reached the top step.
The moment was thrilling. He pushed me against the stone wall, and we celebrated finding ourselves in this end of the world spot.
It was some time before I finally pulled myself up the bannister finally to summit the wooden steps and make it to the bed!”
It’s been six years both of them were together with each other, and were one couple of 10 who were chosen from the competition to contribute to the steamy travel guide.
Justin told Daily Mail Australia:
“The trip was amazing, we had two weeks all expenses paid travelling around some lovely boutique hotels across Australia and reviewing our experiences.
Just to be clear, we weren’t only writing about or sex lives, we were also reviewing the hotels as well.”
Justin took everything in his stride, however, and even joked that he would leave a copy of he and Jess’ travel guide on the dining table as a conversation piece when guests come over.
Explaining how they got the enviable job, he said:
“We got the chance to do it after entering a competition on Instagram.
We had to do a mini-quiz and then send a video introducing ourselves before a skype interview. It was a pretty intense process but I had a good feeling and said to Jess ‘I think we’re gonna win this’ and luckily we did.”
The couple’s blog is part of Places of Intimacy, which Skyn have described as a ‘guide to places to get intimate in, on, under, against, or next to.’
Here’s another excerpt from a review of a hotel:
“The chair was a perfect height, and an invitation for us: bathed in sunlight, I lifted Jess into the seat and gently massaged away the journey, gently caressing her, making sure I matched the swinging motion of the suspended chair.
She hung there happily in my arms.”