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- bare dance on a bare beach
- Gymnasium schedule at Burning Man 2015
- hypnotic fire spinning… that’s our “burning” man!
- recap of the BodyPainting Day in NYC
- trail running race at Sunny Rest, PA
- Gymnasium theme camp will be at a prime location at Burning Man!
- FreeForm Festival – first experience as a theme camp
- Harriman State Park? Anytime!
- WNBR in Northern Hemisphere is coming!
Monthly Archives: June 2008
italiano It seems this is the only spot on this chic island where people don’t really care what kind of clothes they wear… because they wear nothing here ;-) Just go to via Krupp from Marina Piccola and then to … Continue reading
ελληνικά Nudist beach at Limanakia is a popular place to enjoy the heat of summer in Athens instead of suffering from it in the city. It has a lot of convenient open flat rocks, as well as hidden corners to get some more intimate … Continue reading
ελληνικά Nudist part of the beach of Kalogria (παραλίες γυμνιστών Καλόγρια) is to the right (if you look at the sea) from the main beach, through some rocks and woods. But you will get a very lovely bay with sandy … Continue reading
ελληνικά Kaiafas (or Kayafas) is an immensely long beach with very pleasant soft sand, which makes it perfect for jogging at the waterfront, beach sports, capoeira or whatever you can think of is good on sand. Proximity to ancient Olympia … Continue reading
عَرَبيْ Coral Beach Resort in Hurghada, Egypt, is an ideal place where naturists can enjoy one of the richest marine ecosystems – coral reefs of the Red Sea – without having to wear swimsuits. It is the right place to feel unity … Continue reading
Português brasileiro Presidente Figueiredo is a popular starting point for eco-tourism in Manaus area. You should go to a local tourism agency and choose what you want to see and take a taxi with a guide. There are plenty of … Continue reading
日本語 How about swimming in naturally hot springs – onsens – and then swap to the refreshing water in a waterfall all surrounded by dense subtropical forest? Not only onsens are naturally warm but also naturally rich in different minerals, … Continue reading