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This reminds me of my early days living in SoCal, and going to Black's Beach (i.e., a nude beach), thinking that the beach would be packed with California bikiniless babes. I think I counted 1 gal and about 100 guys. There was this one guy somewhat nearby who for some reason wanted to talk to me (and I'm thinking, this sounds pretty gay being naked on a beach and talking to another guy). This guy then said that I reminded him of a performer at the gay theatre in Phoenix, and then I figured it out. I then put on my trunks and went into the ocean, and I realized the situation.
The thing is, just a few years before that, I was on a beach in Greece, and it was loaded with topless babes (of course, the Americans were the ones that kept their tops on. )
Well, anything in the future is, almost by definition, conditional (on your not being run over by a bus in the interim, for example), so it's not wrong to use that tense, but in practice it depends really on how certain your plans are.
As a POI, while your use of "inquiring" is again not technically wrong, in general I think "enquiring" would be the more accepted word in this case. "Inquire" and "inquiring" are more usually reserved for a more formal type of investigation (inquiry), while "enquiring" is for more general "asking about" usage. IMO.