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Ron and Millie Take a Nude Cruise

My marvelous adventure started with an off-hand comment when I told my husband that I wanted a holiday. “To rest and relax would give us a new outlook,” I said.

“Camping?” he answered. We had been there and done that,but I want to get dolled up. To be wined and dined. “Or we could get season tickets for the hockey games.”

“I want to make love on a king-size bed and enjoy and explore each other as the sun comes up.” He turned to me. I had his full and undivided attention. “I’m thinking somewhere warm and exotic,with a beach and umbrella drinks and dancing under the stars.”

Ron had his laptop out,and we started looking at all the locations that we’dalways dreamed of: Jamaica,Mexico,and Haiti. “You know,Millie,the more I look at this the more I’m realizing this is just what we need. There are so many great options out there. We have to narrow it down by what we want and what we don’t want.”

“We want a kids-free space. I love kids,but I want some adult time; smart and sophisticated conversation,no drama,all ease and comfort.” Ron raised his eyebrows in that sexy way that accents his hazel eyes,which are seductively framed by his Clark Kent eyeglasses: a handsome all-American man by day,Superman by night.

“Did you mean that you want to go on an adult cruise?” he asked with a sexy smile. I think he was expecting me to laugh it off,but after all these years of marriage,I like to think that I can still surprise the old boy yet. I tell him it’s an excellent idea. I want to go on a swingers cruise! I hadn’t known how strongly I was curious,but once the words were out of my mouth,I was committed to the idea.nude cruise

We got to looking,listing some of our dream locations such as the CaribbeanIslands,Jamaica,and Mexico,inputting adults-only,clothing-optional,swingers cruises and,of course,we wanted a pool. We came across Castaways Travel and Bliss Cruises,and they had all of the items on our wish list,plus extras we hadn’t thought of,like great entertainment options,Meet and Greet sessions,playrooms,and Suites with ocean views.

Well,right there in our living room,we began to fantasize about the nude pool. Then we got to imagining the costume events! I was thinking about branching out and flirting with another couple. We had for years had a fantasy about a three-way,but had never known who in our city would be amenable,and a couple would be so sweet because we could both explore a plenitude of playful possibilities. I looked at Ron,and from the twinkle in his eye,I could pretty much guess his thoughts were running in the same direction.

“Can you imagine cruises for adults? Lounging by the pool at ease,in an adults-only environment,not a care in the world,getting to spend time together,” he said. He put his hand on top of mine. I felt my nipples go into headlight mode.nude cruisesI took his hand and put it on top of my breast,and my breath began to catch in my throat.

“Romantic sunsets on the clothing-optional deck.” He nodded. I put my hand on his thigh. He brought it to his mouth and brushed his lips against the back of my hand,then he led me to the sofa. It had been ages since we had made love outside of our bedroom,but we were so excited by the idea of adult only cruises that we fell to undressing one another right there. I kissed him and took him into my mouth while looking deep into his eyes. When he penetrated me,I felt the earth move. We climaxed together,then held one another tightly,snuggling on the sofa.

Two days later,I had us booked for an upcoming voyage. Bliss!nude cruises

Free in San Diego – Free Things to Do in San Diego

1. San Diego’s Beaches: At the center of the Southern California lifestyle is a day at the beach. With San Diego’s miles of coastline including wide expanses of sandy shore,much of it nestled under majestic cliffs,going to the beach has been elevated to an art form.

2. See a show at Spreckels Organ Pavilion: Spreckels Organ Pavilion performances are also always complimentary. Take a look at complimentary Sunday afternoon organ performances June – August from 2-3pm. Spreckels Organ Pavilion also puts on the International Summer Organ Festival,with complimentary performances on Monday at 7:30 pm throughout the summer months.

3. Take a Complimentary tour of Balboa Park: Balboa Park also offers four complimentary tours of the park,leaving from in front of the visitor center. The Architectural Heritage Tours are scheduled on the first Wednesday of monthly at 9:30 am. The Offshoot tours are scheduled every Saturday at 10:00 am and lead by trained volunteers. Tour themes include Balboa Park history (1st Saturday of the month),palm trees (2nd Saturday),other trees in the Park (3rd Saturday),desert vegetation (4th Saturday) and tour del dia (5th Saturday).

4. San Diego Zoo: The San Diego Zoo is complimentary to all on the first Monday of October for Founders Day,and children under 12 enter complimentary every day during October!

5. Balboa Park Museums: Every museum in Balboa Park is complimentary to the public one Tuesday of monthly! Centro Cultural de la Raza,Nature Museum,Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and the Model Railroad Museum are complimentary on the first Tuesday. The Museum of Photographic Arts and the Museum of San Diego History are complimentary on the second Tuesday. The Museum of Art,Museum of Man,Mingei International Museum,Japanese Friendship Garden and the Art Institute’s Museum of the Living Artist are complimentary on the third Tuesday. The Air & Space Museum,Automotive Museum and Hall of Champions Sports Museum are complimentary on the fourth Tuesday.

6. Olympic Training Center: Visitors are treated to a birds-eye view of the campus from the Olympic Path,where they can see training fields and tracks,athlete dorms,and Otay Lake Reservoir. Free tours are offered daily starting at the Copley Visitor Center. You can purchase Olympic souvenirs (and support the athletes) at the Olympic Spirit Store.

7. Reuben H. Fleet Science Center: On the first Wednesday of monthly,The San Diego Astronomy Association sets telescopes up at the Rueben H Fleet Science Center to offer guests a great (and complimentary!) view of our solar system.

8. Summer Performances: Free summer performances include Chula Vista Music in the Park,Coronado Summer Concerts in the Park,Del Mar Summer Performance Series,Encinitas Sunday Concerts by the Sea,Humphrey’s Performances by the Bay,International Summer Organ Festival,La Jolla Concerts By The Sea,Pacific Beach Concerts on the Green,Point Loma Summer Performance Series,Seaport Village Concerts,TGIF Jazz in the Park and Viejas Concerts in the Park.

9. Timken Museum of Art: The Timken Museum of Art in Balboa Park is an uncommon display of artwork from the collection of two sisters,Anne R. and Amy Putnam. The Putnam sisters,who concerned San Diego in the early 1900s from Vermont,spent decades acquiring European old master paintings. Initially,these paintings were loaned to prestigious museums around the country,such as such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City; the National Gallery in Washington,DC; and Harvard University’s Fogg Art Museum.

10. Seaport Village: Seaport Village along the Embarcadero includes 14 waterfront acres that recreate a historic harbor setting,combined with modern landscaping including ponds,lakes,and fountains. A great place for dinner,shopping and entertainment,in addition to just strolling on its cobblestone pathways,the complex includes 54 unique shops,13 casual eateries,and four fine dining waterfront restaurants.

11. Old Town: Along the San Diego River is Old Town,the birthplace of San Diego,and adjacent Mission Valley,a major commercial center and the location of Qualcomm Stadium,home of the San Diego Chargers,and the Mission San Diego de Alcala,the oldest of the California missions. In addition,San Diego State University is situated here.

12. Gaslamp Quarter: No visit to San Diego should be attempted without visiting the Gaslamp Quarter,the city’s historic downtown neighborhood,now home to a lot of the city’s finest restaurants,a plethora of pubs and nightclubs,theaters,galleries,and at least 100 retail shops,in addition to the artifices of daily life,offices and residential/work lofts,many situated in grand Victorian-era building.

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