A day out on the water
The Miami day is beautiful and so is a special visitor to the Magic City. Hitomi is perfectly dressed for today’s activity. She wears a bikini top that can’t cover her big boobs and tiny denim shorts. It’s sunny and clear, a perfect day to take to the water in a speed boat.
Hitomi’s destination is no ordinary tourist spot. It’s a village of shacks and houses called Stiltsville near Key Biscayne. Constructed in the 1930s, this former “renegade” village was built on concrete pilings ten feet above the water line. For years, the place boomed with party goers from every social level. But no more. Time and hurricanes took their toll.
Hitomi had never seen anything like it. She piloted the boat for a few knots, the captain at her side, and then turned the wheel over to him so she could pole dance as they sped towards Stiltsville. Hitomi had never pole danced before for us so it’s a treat to see her moves.
After disembarking, Hitomi explored this forlorn structure, a very unusual place for her to bare her magnificent body. She could almost feel the history swirl around her. How many people had walked and partied on these now-desolate decks over the many years? One thing is certain. None of the girls who’d been here before could have matched Hitomi for boobs, body and beauty.
And when her tour was complete…after she had graced Stiltsville with her presence, Hitomi and her friends sped back to the Magic City.