There are all sorts of nudist holidays out there. I inadvertently came across some while looking for a pension in the Spanish province of Murcia (that’s my story and I’m sticking to it). You can mud-wrestle, bobsleigh or cycle, there are nudist music festivals and dance spectaculars, while in New Zealand they even play rugby in the altogether.
And there was I thinking that nudists were a retiring species who hung out in remote mobile-home parks, playing high-stakes table tennis, pruning their moustaches and hoping someone else will man the barbecue. The nudist holiday camp I stumbled upon in my internet search had some pretty lousy reviews. “This isn’t a camp,” complained one goose-pimpled user, “the whole place is nothing more than a glorified car park.”
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