Nudist family fun


Of course I cannot say that I could completely abstract away from the fact that I was surrounded by several dozens of beautiful nude girls, but I learned to manage the situation to the best of my abilities, and eventually I felt that I had become a part of this nudist fun – it was really not that hard with the ultimate nude beach partying that started every afternoon after 4 in the evening.
In general, I cannot really say what made me change my opinion in the first set, but it is quite obvious that after I spent two weeks at Mykonos (and most of the days we would go to the same very beach we discovered on the first day of our stay) I reconsidered my attitude towards naturalism on many layers …

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First and foremost, I no longer see it as a way to gaze at nude women, but I discovered a whole new dimension to nudist fun, and I am pretty certain I will want to renew the experience some day in a not too distant future

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Some folks are born free due to their cultural environment – I am right now speaking of tribal cultures with so little society taboos that it sometimes makes me envious. Still, I think that this freedom can be sometimes accessed even in our society.

And by saying that I mean that if we just sometimes bring ourselves to let go of this unnatural shame and fear to stay without clothes not even somewhere in a busy downtown area, but in a picturesque get-away in open air where one can feel more closely connected to nature.
Such a long preface to my story is a total must, as I cannot think of a single person in my close environment with whom I could possibly have this sort of nudist chat. As you have obviously guessed, I am a confirmed nudist with some twenty years of nude beaching experience. It all began quite naturally for me, as both of my parents were quite uninhibited persons and they were ardent enthusiasts of nudism – or naturalism, as it is most commonly referred …

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So I am now speaking from my own experience while stating that our modesty is only about habits – as children we do not have this shame about being naked in public, but as we grow up we are taught to feel it. And this is something I cannot possibly positioned up with.

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So that one morning, right after the brekkie, me and Veronica positioned out for this exciting adventure – and I must admit that I got cold feet at the beginning, but having someone as bold and nonchalant as Veronica helped a lot. Naturally, when we arrived at the spot she was the first to take off her skimpy top and shorts and reveal the fact that she wasn’t wearing any swimsuit (in contrast to me; I was decided to undress that same day on the beach, but something in me told me it would be easier for me to adjust to my new nudist nature gradually).
The beach, against my better expectations, was quite a crowded set that day (as every next day of our short vacation), but although the put was practically thronged with attractive women of another age groups …

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It took me a while to get accustomed to the angle that my breasts and my genitals were on display at nudust competition, and I felt pretty sure I was being watched by hundreds of onlookers

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In the recent years the focus has started to shift onto men as well. Magazines like “Men’s Health” and “GQ” right now feature hunky studmuffins on the model, encouraging men who are overweight and obese to get themselves into shape.
After all, most decent women like a guy who takes care of his body and his health because it shows that he is fit enough to be able to protect her and her children if she decides she wants to bear any by him.
Despite what the politically correct brigade have been trying to teach us, humanity is still about “survival of the fittest”. It’s been like that ever since we were created and will continue to be long after we are all deceased. Modern nudist video men don’t have nearly as much stuff aimed at them. …

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By this, he was not talking about being merely sexually attracted to a female atnaturist videos

Family naturism has German roots

Many think that naturists are nudists – the fans of nude pastimes on a beach. But while nudists are mainly preoccupied with their bodies acquiring even suntan, people promoting family naturism associate themselves with an integral part of nature. They see nude beach appearance as unity of a man and nature (at the same time, not all of naturists admit of complete nudity on a beach). Naturist clubs have their own family nudist beaches, swimming pools, sportive grounds, etc. which are created without age and gender restrictions, and often full families have memberships in them …

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Today family nudists are joined by reps of every stratum, gender and race.

My parents and sister go out …

About a month or two after those few incidents, my parents and sister go out of town for a basketball tournament leaving the residence to myself. After about an hour after they leave, I drop my garments in my room and go downstairs to watch TV. Eventually it’s dinner time, so I walk into our garage and go into the freezer to find something to eat. I remember this vividly because I was freezing for only being out there for 30 seconds. Anyways, I go back in and walk to the kitchen through the front of the dwelling (the blinds were restrictive) and I go into the kitchen like normal and start cooking my food. I go back down and sit on the couch and that’s when I realized I walked by an open window in the kitchen. I snuck back to the kitchen and peered out the window to see if my neighbor’s windows are open, but fortunately they are restrictive, but I notice that my female neighbor’s window is open on the second floor and …

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I stumbled across a nude beach

Last summer I pass to go to San Diego on a business stumbled, and quite by chance (yes, circumstantially!) I misstep across a nude beach of San Onofre.
It was in the morning, and there were scarcely more than a dozen of people, men, women and children, family nudist… first I had walked by but then I turned back. I thought-provoking to do what had always been spinning round in my head. I had only a cocktail dress, scanty and carpet on, and no bra.
To make a long story short, I removed my dress and stayed with my panties on. I place myself by the very border of the nude beach so that I was rather with them and sort of by myself. Nobody pays any attention to me. Little by little I am crossing my heart and starting to remove my panties – nude beach picture.
There is only one thing throb in my brain: dear me, now I am absolutely nude! Sitting there with … More

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I grew up in a very orthodox and closed family and community. I had never been skinny dipping. Notwithstanding, after graduating from high tutor, one very hot, stifling August weekend night, I and one of my friends were at our unusual friend’s dwelling – complete with secluded outdoor swimming pool. By the way, his folks were out of state, and his sister was away at school (or so we thought).
After having passed on several beers a piece, we decided it would be a good sight to enjoy the pool. Since we had no swim suits, it was logical to simply remove our clothes and jump in. After splashing around for quite some time, we heard human voices.
Suddenly, the one friend’s sister comes out

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Fuerteventura Princess

The Furteventura Princess is an impressive well maintained hotel and grounds,friendly helpfull staff, and a reasonable standard of entertainment in the comfortable main lounge however, the piano player in the piano bar is most irritating,his over use of arpeggios overwhelmed the basic melody of the tunes he played, and his phrasing was abysmal, The grounds of the hotel are ample with plenty of spacious garden and pool area, The naturist pool area is screened off in an area at the southern extemity of the property although one of the two access points does allow outsiders a partial view inside of the nude area,one would have to consciously peer in to see anything,a previous reviewer describes the hotel as a “ Nudist Camp” that is simply untrue,it is true however that the sauna and steam room are accessed through the nude area but most people either Nude or Prude choose to shower naked in the open showers facility after a session in one of the sauna’s,no big deal unless you are one of those strange folk that sunbathe partialy dressed! a word of warning, you may encounter people on the beach who are wearing clothes,don’t be alarmed just ignore them. The only thing that causes the hotel not to be Not Quite Up To The Mark is the food, I have never before see omelettes made on a flat hotplate,nor seen an egg that was cooked sunnyside up satisfactorily on one, fries were even one of the choices available at breakfast. Evening meals were hit and miss and often only warm, Thomsons rate this hotel 5 Ts I would rate it 4* if the food improved. If you can get a cheap enough deal for this hotel then it’s worthy a visit.

Alantis Palace Hotel, Corralejo Fuerteventura

The Alantis Palace is a 5 star hotel situated in Corralejo, Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands. The appeal of the canaries is the weather and especially in the winter when 4 hours flying gets you gorgeous sunshine.

I had been to Fuerteventura several times before, but not for a few years. We had booked independently and flew out of Gatwick with First Choice on a Wednesday, although flights operate on a Saturday aswell.

The flight is around 4 hours and on arrival the problems of travelling independent became apparent. We had pre booked a taxi with a local company but this just meant that you were given a voucher by the local rep and then joined the very long queue for the taxis. This was ` off season` out of school holidays in November – I can only presume that it would be worse in peak season and would consider hiring a car next time.

Corralejo is about a 40 minute drive from the airport. The landscape is very volcanic and not particulary pretty but just outside Correlajo you get to see the famous sand dunes and realise that this is what it is about.

Corralejo is a tourist town although far smaller than some I have been to. Its is mainly apartments and some hotels with a main street of shops and restaurants – busy ,not heaving but not what you could call `quaint`.

The Hotel:

I was being taken here as a present for hitting a bad birthday date by my husband and whilst I was aware of the hotel before arriving I had not been inside it before. The hotel almost looks out of place in a small street as it is modern glass at the front with huge palm trees outside. Inside the foyer is large and cool with tiled floors and a very spacious feel. There is an area for playing cards, plus a bar area , comfortable sofas and a small shop. The staff at the reception spoke excellent english and were politeness it self. Our luggage was taken by a very chatty porter wearing only what I can presume was typical canarian dress – black plus fours, white socks, white shirt and red waistcoat. He showed us to our suite and left without that awful hoovering waiting to be tipped. Walking up to the room the feel is very moorish with terracotta coloured walls and ornate wood decors and furniture. There are large gardens within the hallway downstairs that the other floors landing then surround giving it very much a feeling of coolness and calm.

The Room:

My husband had actually booked us into a suite and the one allocated to us took my breath away. You walked into a large hallway with a desk and large mirror with built in wardrobes . This then led off to the bathroom, the bedroom and the lounge.

The lounge was very large and spacious with a sofa ( that could convert to a bed) and 2 arm chairs plus coffee tables and wall unit with the TV on. To be honest the furniture looked lost in the room somewhat. Large glass doors led to the balcony area which was huge and went right around the side of the building.

The bedroom had a large queen size bed plus 2 arm chairs and a table. There was also a desk area and a mini bar fridge and TV. There was spare bedding (pillows and blalnkets) in a lovely wooden trunk at the end of the bed and again ample wardrobe space.The patio doors led out again to the balcony area – which over looked the pool.

The bathroom was full size with bidet and shower above the bath. There was a double sink unit in marble and vast amounts of white soft towels and robes.

The whole decor was again very moorish with tiled floor and terracotta colours and wall tiles. There were rugs by the side of the bed to stop cold feet in the moning and air con that was controlled from the lounge or the bedroom.There were some very dramatic large dried flower arrangements in every room that really enhanced the whole colour theme.

The touches that I liked were that when we arrived we had a bottle of bubbly and fresh fruit in the room for us. We had a hand written note from our cleaners introducing them selves, and they had shaped a towel in the bathroom into a bird shape and sprinkled fresh flower petals over it – small touches but it makes you feel less like a conveyer-belt visitor. We had chocolates left on the desk for us one day, and every evening staff would come and take away wet towels, replace them with new and leave more chocolates for us ( you can see why this was bad for my waitsline!)

The Restaurant:

We were on a half board basis allowing us breakfast and evening dinner. There is only one main restaurant although there is a pool bar for lunch time snacks, although we didnt use this.
The restaurant is on the lower ground floor and is fairly relaxed on evening wear – no shorts or vest tops.
Breakfast was from 07-30 till 10 and dinner 1900 – 21.30. Being a non child couple we tended to go to eat dinner later in this period.
The table allocation is sit where you find one free. This can be a bit of a hunting exercise but there are plenty of tables and staff clear them very quickly. One night we sat at a table for 5 as it was the only one not dirty or being used and the waiter made some adverse rude comment. My husband found the restaurant manager and asked him to show us somewhere else to sit if it was a problem – we were assured it was fine where we were and at the end of the evening he cancelled our wine bill as an apology.

Breakfast and dinner were buffet style and I personally thought the food to be very good. There was a different choice every day and they catered for all tastes. The wine for the evening dinner was very reasonable and apart from the above mentioned person, all the staff were polite,attentive and very helpful. I lost a dangly type earring one night in the restaurant and just wrote it off as gone – the manager found it on the floor and tracked me down by checking at every table – and they were obviously not expensive type earrings.

Other facilities:

I cannot comment too much as we spent all day at the sand dunes and didnt use the pool. However the hotel surrounds the pool area and lush gardens. Infact we had a brochure in our room identifying all the plants in the grounds for our interest.The hotel provided towels for guests going around the pool – this looked crowded to me with lots of sun beds but that is probably my personal taste. There is an internet facility just off the main reception where for 1 euro you can email or surf plus a book exchange. The hotel also has a sauna and jacuzzi area but again I did not make use of that.
The reception area also has free Spanish, English, Dutch and German newspapers that you read on the sofa areas and lots of information about local attractions.
The hotel runs a free bus service to the sand dunes each day – although we walked every day to try to burn off some of the food – it was 1.5 hours from the hotel each way but flat and quite pleasant.
The hotel is just 2 minutes away from the main shopping area yet you dont get any noise pollution from there at night.It seems to cater for UK and german & dutch visitors mainly and does provide live entertainment every the shape of local acts. Again I cant comment on this – I was star watching on my enormous balcony area each night after dinner.


The Alantis Palace is about 4 years old now. If you look closely on the outside you can see a few cracks but from the inside it could be brand new. It was the first `posh` hotel in Corralejo for a few years but there has recently been an Alanatis Bhia built further out of town that is larger and has probably taken this crown. However, I feel that the Alantis Playa offers great value for money – whilst it may not be the cheapest option they have service and luxury down to an art form and you will return, as I did, feeling like a queen !

Im afraid I cant comment on the child friendly aspect but was pleased to see that the hotel was totally non smoking i side and wheel chair friendly.

I hope that this review is of some use to you and thank you for reading it .x

Summary: A palace that made me feel like a queen

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