Musings about naturism, travel, and life.

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Ile du Levant – off the Cote d’Azur, France


Welcome to my blog about naturist travel – as we prepare for a year-long sojourn to naturist destinations in Europe, Africa, Asia, and America.

Actually, this is the second launch of this blog.  My previous attempt was back in January, but I was just learning the ropes, and inadvertently compromised the security of my identity.  Not a good move in an age where nudity is often equivocated with socially deviant behavior in some professional circles.  As far as that’s concerned, we (my wife and I) are pretty average, run-of-the-mill, (need I mention monogamous!), hard working professionals, but when we go on vacation, if given the choice, we’ll travel as lightly as possible.  That is all!

My first musings on THIS blog will be re-postings of entries from the original blog, along with a couple more I’ve back dated from earlier this year.  Looking forward, I will begin documenting the year that lies ahead; during which we will enjoy an entire year away from our regular jobs,  exploring at least four continents – whenever possible, with “nothin’ but the radio on.”  (See our summer itinerary.) Our intended itinerary includes extensive travel throughout Europe, a brief visit to Mexico, two weeks in South Africa, and even the possibility of naturist resort or two in Thailand.  Still working on a plan that would provide a few naked days in Bali as well.

In the end, I’m hoping my blog might morph itself into a cyber-book (think: Kindle) entitled “No Clothes in My Duffel Bag: A Naturist Travelogue.”  But regardless, I love reliving our naturist experiences through photography and wordplay.  Hoping it might inspire a few others to do the same!

2 thoughts on “Musings about naturism, travel, and life.

  1. αNaturist says:

    You itinerary sounds exciting! good luck in implementing it, looking forward to your reports.

    • Naturist Dan says:

      Thanks aNaturist! Have been working on this itinerary for a LONG time. Very fortunate that we have the time and resource to make it happen. And I’ve always been enamored with travel writers like Bill Bryson and Paul Theroux, who capture the nuance of travel. Hopefully, I can recount our experiences in a way that will encourage others to be similarly adventurous.

      Life is short! Run NAKED!

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