After watching the dawn, I chose to take a walk up the beach. As http://x-public.com walked a noticed that there were other nude and textile folks ahead of me. Since I was uncertain if the whole beach was clothing-optional I supposed the others ahead of me understood, and that if they could do it I could also. I walked all the approach to the north end of the seashore. Since I’d started out at our waterfront chalet, right next to the Papagayo restaurant, I’d walked almost 1 1/2 miles.
As I drew near one of them began walking in my direction. Uh oh, this can’t be great I thought.
Although the policeman did not talk English he used enough English words to get me understand that I was not assumed to be bare on the section of shore from which I ‘d just come. He wasn’t acting like he was going to detain me so I thought that it I acted adequately contrite he’d let me be on my way, which he did.
It turned out to be a great thing for me that he did because except for a gold chain I was wearing I had certainly nothing with me. No identification, no cash, no credit cards, no nothing. I’d left basically all my possessions behind, and actually it felt delightful. I’d strayed about a mile into “textile state” totally nude. No one appeared to care, and I had a ball. Ignorance truly is bliss.
After I went back to see if there had been a signal signifying the end of the clothing-optional beach, but there was none.
The sole other time during the week that we put clothes on was when we wandered up the beach again to go parasailing. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves at Club Orient and highly recommend it. We also highly recommend the Tiko-Tiko cruise to Tintamarre. It was our very first time at Club Orient, but it will not be the last.