I can see there are a lot of questions asked about being topless in DR, but I wanted to ask a few more questions. I am planning to surprise my husband and would love to try going topless for the first time. Honestly we don't like crowded beaches, and I would prefer to do it if there are quite a few other women doing it as well. Also we would prefer to go to an adult only hotel. Your best bet is Europe. Most of the women are topless here and it is very much he norm on any European beach or by the pool at any hotel. If you want to get up and walk around then that will be fine in Spain, France, the Black Sea. If you're looking nearer the DR then Temptation in Mexico is a great shout. My wife went topless at the El Dorado Royale in Mexico. My wife wore a thong there with no issues but kept her top on.
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We all agree that topless and nude beaches are places where you have to go at least once in a lifetime, right? Lighthouse Beach, New York: There are several nude beaches in the state of New York but this one stands out not only because is a mile long beach but also for its iconic lighthouse. So if you happen to be swept by the current and the lifeguard comes to save your bare ass, you know that is being paid with your tax money. Though topless is common in Miami Beach, only at Haulover you can go naked. There are a few spots in Tulum where no eyebrows will be raised at your naked sight. How would you like to look at the sun setting over the ocean while being naked? Whether these are legally recognized as nudist beaches or not, here are a few that you might want to visit:. Las Suecas, Panama: This is the only beach in the country that has been acknowledged as a nudist beach in Panama. Playa Grande, Costa Rica: Thought the country has not stated a law or act regarding nudity in its beaches, this beach along with Playa Playita are the two most recognizable nudism allowed beaches in Costa Rica.
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After a demanding year relocating back to the United States from the Cayman Islands, starting new jobs, moving back into our old home, the only logical place for a quick vacation was somewhere. In all of our travels, this was the first trip that consisted of simply plantings our butts firmly on a beach with an umbrella drink in hand and gazing out at the waves rolling by. This would mark a stark contrast to our daily grind which consisted of waking up early every morning, firmly encouraging the kids to get ready for school, and then again corralling our kids after school back to the trials and tribulations of teeth brushing, bladder draining, and dinner eating. In between you could throw in actually working our jobs. Yet, the only people we were responsible on this trip were ourselves, a true rarity in the last decade.
My wife and I would be really appreciative if all of you that have been to Punta Cana recently past year or two would chime in on this. Now, while we do enjoy a bit of energy and grown-up fun on holidays, we're NOT looking for a "lifestyle" resort nor a heavy-duty party place. We're a young mid-thirties couple just looking for an awesome place for a holiday sans-children. My wife has zero intention of flaunting herself in a lewd and embarrassing drunken stupor. She's very low-key and nonchalant about her swimwear and about baring her breasts We did have a great time at Riu Playacar in Mexico a couple years ago, but while thong bikinis were quite common, if topless you'd have been only one of a few. Only even noticed one small group of three young ladies go for a cool-off in the ocean without feeling the need to cover up. None casually strolling the beautiful beaches. Crazy how the fabricated belief that a woman's breasts are sexual in nature and are something to be embarrassed about has been so strongly cultivated in North America.