How simple can it get?

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Whats your favorite Jerked Chicken Recipe?

Jerk is a style of cooking native to Jamaica in which meats are dry-rubbed or wet marinated with a very hot spice mixture called Jamaican jerk spice. Jerk seasoning is traditionally applied to pork and chicken. Modern recipes also apply jerk spice mixes to fish, shrimp, shellfish, beef, sausage, and tofu. Jerk seasoning principally relies upon two items: allspice (called "pimento" in Jamaica) and Scotch bonnet peppers (among the hottest peppers on the Scoville scale). Other ingredients include cloves, cinnamon, scallions, nutmeg, thyme, garlic, and salt. (reference Wikipedia)

Ok, so you have some chicken and a few spices combined with a little smoke! But is your recipe the great one? If you have a favorite Jerked Chicken recipe or link, please post it in the comment box! We would love to try different recipes!

All Recipes, Jays jerked chicken

6 green onions, chopped
1 onion, chopped
1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and minced
3/4 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup distilled white vinegar
1/4 cup vegetable oil
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
1 1/2 pounds skinless, boneless chicken breast halves


In a food processor or blender, combine the green onions, onion, jalapeno pepper, soy sauce, vinegar, vegetable oil, brown sugar, thyme, cloves, nutmeg and allspice. Mix for about 15 seconds.
Place the chicken in a medium bowl, and coat with the marinade. Refrigerate for 4 to 6 hours, or overnight.
Preheat grill for high heat.
Lightly oil grill grate. Cook chicken on the prepared grill 6 to 8 minutes, until juices run clear.

Another recipe:


  • 5 pounds chicken pieces
  • 2 cups distilled white vinegar, plus 1 teaspoon
  • 2 cups finely chopped scallions
  • 2 Scotch bonnets, seeded and minced (please wear gloves)
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 4 tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 5 teaspoons ground allspice
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 6 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 tablespoon salt
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons dried thyme, crumbled
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 2 cups Jamaican Barbecue Sauce, to serve, recipe follows


Rinse chicken pieces well in 2 cups of the vinegar, drain, transfer to 2 sealable plastic bags and set aside.

In the bowl of a food processor combine remaining 1 teaspoon vinegar, scallions, Scotch bonnets, soy sauce, lime juice, allspice, bay leaves, garlic, salt, sugar, thyme, and cinnamon. Reserve 2 tablespoons of the jerk marinade for the Jamaican Barbecue Sauce.

Rinse chicken pieces well under cold running water and pat dry with paper towels. Divide chicken pieces between 2 heavy-duty gallon plastic sealable bags and divide marinade evenly between the 2. Turn bags over to evenly distribute marinade, and refrigerate chicken for at least 24 hours and up to 2 days.

On an oiled grill rack set about 6 inches above red-hot coals, grill chicken (in batches if necessary), covered, for 10 to 15 minutes on each side, or until cooked through. Transfer to a warm platter and keep warm until serving.

Serve with Jamaican Barbecue Sauce, alongside fried plantains, rice, or bread of choice.

Jamaican Barbecue Sauce:

  • 1 1/4 cups ketchup
  • 1/3 cup soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons Jamaican hot pepper sauce
  • 2 tablespoons Jerk marinade (reserved from associated recipe)
  • 3 scallions, minced
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 3 tablespoons minced fresh ginger
  • 1/3 cup dark brown sugar
  • 1/3 cup distilled white vinegar
  • 3 tablespoons dark rum
In a medium non-reactive saucepan combine all ingredients except rum and bring to a boil, stirring to dissolve sugar. Reduce heat to a simmer and continue to cook another 12 minutes, until sauce is thick and flavorful and coats the back of a spoon. Remove from heat and stir in rum. Cool sauce to room temperature before serving.

Yield: About 2 cups

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Using Your Cell Phone Abroad

Using your cell phone abroad can be nightmare or impossible. If you are going outside the country for vacation make sure your cell phone carrier has an international plan and make sure you get the actual cost per minute when calling back home. Charges can add up quite fast. It isn't uncommon to get home and receive a $300 bill for the week that you were away.

There are several options you can use. We have done these three:
1) Use our own phone with an international plan and roaming charge. First you have to set this up through your carrier. They transfer you to someone to verify who you are and to check your records to make sure your not a terrorist (and they go way back in your files). And then when you do get to your destination your phone sometimes works and sometimes doesn't but you do have a phone to connect to your family and work back home.  Now it's a little easier because you can send a text and when you do get a slight signal it will go through.
Not all carriers have international plans:
Verizon – NO
Sprint – NO
Nextel - NO
T-Mobile - SOME

2)Rent a international phone. This is pretty handy. You can rent a cell phone for a short period of time without a contract. They will send you your phone via mail carrier and it is all set up and ready to go. All you have to do is rent the phone and prepay for your minutes. Possible rates as shown*
*Rental Rates
$3 per day (Min 7 days)
Optional Theft & Loss Protection $1 per day (with $40 deductible)
Call charges
Incoming Calls $1.50 per minute
National Calls $1.50 per minute
International Calls $2.50 per minute
But this phone should reach most places. Just verify the exact location that you will be traveling to to make sure your not carrying around extra weight for no reason. It also helps by renting a phone instead of bringing along your $400 Black Berry (I think that is how much they are these days) into the salt air or into the rain forest for a hike. You can contact companies like and there is plenty of companies out there with different rates.
Now you can buy an international phone cheaper than you can rent one. Just find one that doesn't charge monthly fees. Mobal I think has a phone for $50.00 bucks without a big contract.
3)Renting a phone in the country you are traveling to. This in my opinion is the best. It is a lot cheaper to call back home than to pay for roaming international fees from your local carrier.
And you can preorder your phone before you get there, and have it delivered to your hotel or airport.
It's a lot easier than you might think. Most computer shops have them also for rent.

We have also tested our Majic Jack phone. We packed a simple phone and when we got a wireless signal we were able to use the Majic Jack. And since we were calling home, it didn't cost anything extra!
So if you will be staying more than a week, I would suggest buying one of these and a cheap phone to bring with you. It was worth it.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Grillied Pineapple

Grilled Pineapple
Heres an attractive dish that goes perfect with any grilled food.

You will need the following ingredients.
  • a ripe pineapple (imagine that)
  • 1/4 cup of honey
  • 1/4 cup of soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup of brown sugar
  • 1-2 shots of Tequila ( I also like to substitute with flavored rum, like coconut) 
First lets go over the selection of the perfect pineapple. When at the market or the produce stand carefully thump the pineapple with the side of your thumb. You are looking for a thump sound and not a tap sound. you will here the difference as you do it. This will give us a ripe Pineapple. I have found that the ones from Costa Rica or Honduras seem to be sweeter.

Slice the pineapple length ways  through the top but leave the top. I usually slice the core almost all the way through on both sides so that I can just pop it out after its done.
Place the 2 half's face up on a cookie sheet or pan that will fit into your fridge.

Next in a small boiler heat the soy sauce, brown sugar, and honey. Stir the contents until almost liquid. Once its ready take it off the stove ( I say this for safety purposes) and add tequila.

Baste the pineapple with this and save the remaining liquid to use later.
Cover with plastic wrap and place in fridge for minimum of an hour.

Now you are ready for the grill. Its not necessary, but if you have it, use aluminum foil to place the pineapple on to keep it from cooking the bottom to quickly.

Place the pineapple face up and off to the side. Let cook for about an hour while basting every once and a while to keep it moist.  At the end of the hour, turn the pineapple face down on the grill to finish cooking and will add the perfect color and grill marks also. Let grill until your liking.

Now you have a perfect side dish or desert. Great hot or cold.

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Petey the cool parrot

    So we're in our room on the second floor trying to get a internet connection. The wife and I are balancing the computer on the window ledge trying to keep it from falling to its doom. When we looked up and there is this cool parrot less than 2 feet from us, peering in as to say hello and what are you doing? It only moved a little at a time and that was mostly its head trying to get a better peek.
The next morning at breakfast we asked Jeff the owner of Casa Calico about the parrot.
He said the bird was there when he bought the place. Its name was Petey.  While we ate breakfast that Jeff prepared (which was great and more than I could eat), Petey came for breakfast also, waiting patiently for a bite of toast.
He walked across the outside deck like he owned the place. What a great bird. We fell in love with Petey and he was one of the highlights of our trip to Roatan Honduras. We had a great time while we were there and it was so relaxing without the typical resort hustle and bustle. No schedule and no shoes.


Friday, September 23, 2011

Time for Halloween

Witches, goblins, vampires, gouls, pirates, wenches and all of your favorite Halloween characters will be out in force, nudist style, at the Hedonism II Pre -Halloween party. Join in the spooky fun. Spend a week at Hedonism II before Halloween, and then you can be back home to do it all again at your local club!

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

U.S. National Go-Topless Day

U.S. National Go-Topless Day!

Hundreds of semi-naked women converged on the boardwalk at VeniceBeach in Los Angeles on Sunday for the fourth annual "Go Topless Day." Our favorite yearly event calls for equality for women, saying that if men can go topless, so can women. We wholeheartedly agree.
Carrying signs such as "Men and women have nipples. Why should women hide theirs?" and "Equal topless rights for all or none," women bearing their breasts or wearing pasties marched up and down the boardwalk. Men joined them too, enjoying the view -- of the ocean, we mean.
The event was held in several other U.S. cities, and will be held in two Canadian cities next weekend. If you happen to be up north and looking for a little topless action of your own make sure to mark down Sunday
The event is organized by a group called the Raelians. Members believe in UFOs as well as equal rights for all, hence its topless views. A little good publicity for a cult-like organization never hurts, either.
"This is a basic civil right, just like blacks and whites being able to use the same water fountain," said Nadine Gray (above), a Raelian who helped organize the rally.
Fellow Raelian Tara Terstenjak said, "The Constitution says women are equal to men in every sense of the word. But if we don’t have the Constitution supporting equal rights in all forms, what good is it?"

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Tools to help get the good stuff from the coconut

This tool is seen @ Young, and also seen in the Islands magazine.
Young has a lot of great info on coconuts and gives great presentations.
 And although on their website they have these tools for sale it looks like they are out at the moment, but you can find them on E-Bay for about 12-14 dollars! There different versions out there from different companies.

Please don't forget to buy a funnel! You will need it to add your favorite Coconut Rum!!
Young Coconut Opening Tool
Here is your chance to purchase a hard-to-find young coconut opening gadget.  This item is imported from Asia, and is rare.
This item would make a great gift for people that like to eat young, thai coconuts. Great for living or raw foodists.  Amaze your friends on how easily you will be able to get the water out of a young coconut!
This item is really easy to use:
1. Stick the coconut opener into the coconut.
2. Rotate the coconut opener right and then left while firmly pushing into the coconut.
3. The tool will cut through the coconut, then pull it out.
4. Use the cap to push the coconut plug out of the tool.
5. Place the cap back on the tool.

  • Will Open Young Thai Coconuts, also known as Green Coconuts (as shown below)
  • Will Open Young green coconuts in Husk (as shown below)
  • Not for opening older coconuts (white/brown) coconuts that are out of the husk.
  • This item is very sharp. Always be careful while using this tool.
  • Do not point it at anyone or push it to into a direction towards yourself. Use at your own risk.
  • Keep out of the reach of children.
  • Instructions are in not included in english. Please see picture below or instructions above.
  • It's a fairly easy tool to use. 
  • This item is sharp.  Please use caution when using this coconut knife or any other knife. 
Are you ready to make the fresh German chocolate cake? This is the tool to do it with! Dont forget the coconut bread! (drooling now!)
Coconut Shredder with Stainless Steel Blade
Here is your chance to purchase a hard-to-find mature coconut shredder.  This shredder allows you to make coconut shreds out of a mature coconut.  It will also work on a young coconut, but is not needed, as the young coconut meat is much softer.
This rare and hard-to-find item is imported from Asia.  This item has stainless steel blades with dual bearings and a wooden handle.  This item is sometimes also called a coconut grater or scraper.
This item is really easy to use:
1. Crack the mature coconut in half.
2. Clamp Shredder to a table or counter-top.
3. Hold half of the coconut with one hand and push it in towards the blades
4. Spin the handle so the blade contacts the coconut
5. Rotate coconut to shred different parts of the meat until all the meat is shredded.
Look at all the things you can do with the coconut shreds
  • Eat fresh
  • Use in recipes
  • Put the shreds in a "nut milk bag" and press out coconut milk
  • Dehydrate the shreds for dried coconut
  • Dehydrate the shreds and then run through a masticating juicer (A few times) with the blank plate to make your own coconut butter.
  • Dehydrate the shreds and then run through a masticating juicer with the juicing screen to make your own coconut oil.
Now this tool is simply amazing!! WoW! Talking about make a great coconut shrimp dish!
 Coconut Noodle Making
and Shredding Tool
The coconut noodle making tool allows you to make up to two foot long noodles out of 100% fresh coconut.
This tool is great for people that want to eat whole, real and raw food. 
The coconut noodle making tool works best on young thai coconuts that are more on the mature side.  It will also work on middle-aged (white) coconuts with flexible meat.  It does not work so well on the older brown coconuts, the meat tends to be more dry and flakey.
Using this tool is very easy.  Just insert it into the coconut meat, and turn the coconut.  
This unique tool allows you to make raw coconut noodles that are similar in texture to cooked noodles.
Just imagine all the ways you can use your coconut noodles:  In pasta and noodle dishes, in soups, in salads, eating straight, appetizers, deserts, rolling in sushi, and much, much more.
Benefits of the Coconut Noodle Making Tool
  • All Stainless Steel Construction.
  • Reinforced and spot welded which prevents bending and breakage of the cutters on the tool.
  • Convenient for travel.. Small and  compact size
  • Can also be used on hard vegetables such as carrots and zucchini.

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Driving in Paradise

I thought I knew how to drive, I started traveling when I was 15. I had an adventurous spirit that took me all over the United States and Canada. Then I lived in Alaska for a while, with all the icy roads, blizzards, caribou and of course the motor heads that love to drive big foot at 80 miles an hour in a snow storm. But I found out real quick when I landed in San Pedro Sula, Honduras that there was a difference between knowing how to drive and actually driving! 
My  wife and I were headed to Trujillo to look at real estate. We  had flown  into San Pedro Sula which was almost on the other side of the country. We thought it would give us an opportunity to see the country. ( What was I thinking? You can't see the country and watch the road, too!) Soon as we exited the airport the craziness started! As an American, traffic laws are important. So you're thinking this should apply here also. Wrong! The speed limit sign was just a
recommendation. I tried to follow the speed limit so as not to get stopped for a traffic violation. That caused even more problems. Stop signs, "ALTO" were just there to let you know there's an intersection up ahead.  As we left San Pedro Sula, I was almost in tears by the time I had reached the out-skirts of town. I was in no way prepared. I had a map and the road system seemed comparable to that of the U. S.What could possibly go wrong? 
There wasn't anyway I could have prepared for the insanity. Auto and foot traffic, bicyclist pedaling with me and against me. And of course we can't forget the mule drawn wagons that happened to be in my lane. I didn't want to pass due to the chaotic traffic that steady flowed at and around me. C'mon, who doesn't pass a mule?  Once out of town, the congestion slowed and the beauty of the country opened up.
Wow, talk about deja vu it was all coming back to me. My first time driving through Nashville at rush hour. Yeap, that was the feeling. I wasn't in control then, and I wasn't in control now.  

We meandered through a few small villages that were surprisingly picturesque. At this point mainly scooters and bicycles dominated the road. Having driven for several hours, we arrived in Le Ceiba. The directions we had were sketchy and the roadways were hard to navigate. But, we had made it this far and the sun was going down. Half lost, the traffic was just as crazy as before. Taxi's everywhere and despite what you might have heard they are far worse than any New York cabby. And everything has a horn. If you pass someone, you honk. If you see someone you know, you honk. If you are aggravated with the car in front, you honk. If the sun is shining, you honk. Everyone honking for one reason or another. All the honking and chaos will confuse the hell out of you, add a side order of nervousness  and you'll be totally as freaked out as I was.

The next morning we headed off to Trujillo, except for taking a wrong turn it was a pretty mellow trip. After doing a walk through of the property we had came to see, we were headed to Roatan to visit an old friend. We dropped the car off in Le Ceiba and caught the ferry over to the island.

We grabbed a taxi to take us to our friends house which was halfway across the island. Thinking this was a good idea since I was a nervous wreck from driving back on the mainland. But then we weren't too sure about anything at that point. Let's just say we now know where all the guys that run the NASCAR must come to try out. I think the gas pedal must have been pressed to the floor the entire time. Our stock car driver only applying the break when absolutely necessary. Wow, is all I can say, truly amazing. By the time we reached the water taxi, my stomach was turning. Fortunately the boat trip was very pleasant, and the guy that shuttled us across the inlet was helpful.

We weren't sure where we were going exactly, there had been a fire a couple of days previous that shut down all cell tower service and we hadn't been able to reach our friend, John. With the aid of our driver we were able to locate our friends house and it was great when we pulled up, he was waiting to greet us at the dock. It was nothing but relief to just relax in the hammock and drink a cold one after the taxi journey. We have been back several times and have somewhat gotten used to unique Honduran traffic.

Taxi are the only way to travel. You get to sit back and enjoy the country and let some one else worry about what all that honking is about. (This also give you 2 free hands to hang on for dear life during your journey). So, if you haven't experienced driving in paradise, may I suggest  a taxi ride first. Get a first hand look at how the locals drive, then and only then rent a car or a jeep and go see what paradise has to offer.
And for all those who have had the luxury of this experience, please do share!
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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Breezes Grand Resort & Spa

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Welcome to Breezes Grand Resort & Spa – Negril, Jamaica

Breezes Grand, flagship of the Breezes fleet of Super-Inclusive resorts, commands an impressive stretch of Negril’s breathtaking miles of silver sand on Jamaica’s Southwest shore. The spirit of this world-acclaimed resort (AAA 3-Diamond Award) begins with the lofty marble entrance hall and the gracious welcome of the friendly team members and continues to the luxurious suites on 22 acres of tropical gardens.

Here, all desires are answered.

The unbelievable beach invites lovers of water sports to windsurf, SCUBA dive, sail a sunfish, all a prelude to the ultimate dream-come-true. Earlier in the day, there are a myriad of new discoveries: the state-of-the-art fitness center, a spirit-and-body soothing spa and the centuries old cotton tree in the gardens.
Let the master chefs anticipate your appetite in one of our 6 classic restaurants offering French or Italian cuisine, continental menus, plus breakfast and luncheon buffets galore. Still eager? Why not sample In-Room Dining (select room categories) or the prize-winning concoctions of Breezes Grand’s bartenders.
After dark the rhythm quickens with romantic melodies at the piano bar and toe tapping tunes in the disco.
As the hours fly by and the sun rises, breakfast of old favorites and a new bounty of fresh tropical fruits and Jamaican coffee are served. Start a new relaxing day at the beach or pay a visit to the nearby Negril Country Club.
Leave your worries at home and let us pamper you at our beautiful Super-Inclusive Breezes Resort in Negril, Jamaica!
Breezes Grand Resort & Spa welcomes singles, couples and families, 16 years and older.

Resort Highlights

  • All meals, from breakfast buffets to dinner feasts.
  • Even late night snacks. All you can eat, all the time.
  • All drinks, from soft drinks to top-shelf premium brands.
  • All entertainment.
  • All tips & gratuities.
  • A host of land and watersports and top-of-the-line equipment.
  • All hotel taxes and airport transfers*.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Copacabana Desire Hotel

Copacabana Desire Hotel

The Copacabana Desire Hotel
Congratulations, you have just come to the only adult Hotel & Resort in Jaco that offers exactly what you are looking for. A beach-front resort located on Costa Rica's, Jaco Beach. The Copacabana Desire Hotel is the most popular, friendliest, relaxing, laid back, adult ocean-front beach resort in Costa Rica today.
Location, Location Location...this tropical paradise offers something for everyone!
Come and relax on the beach or take in the view from one of the one-bedroom ocean front suites, some with a Jacuzzi.  Enjoy a cool dip in one of two swimmings pools, one with swim-up sports bar for a cold refreshing drink, or relax in our new clothing optional adult only area with its own private swimming pool and 2 jacuzzis.  The Copacabana Desire Hotel is always a lively place and the friendly atmosphere makes this a great vacation destination. Spend fun-filled days by the beach or pool or party in the very popular beach front bar, or the pool side bar in the evenings or after hours.
*Review by Dream Pleasure Tours

Friday, August 26, 2011

The addiction of the hammock

     From the first time I fell into a hammock I was hooked. On an extra large porch overlooking the vast Caribbean Sea, with a light breeze, I sipped on a local beer. I lied there thinking of everything yet nothing really at all! All I wanted to do was to stretch my fins out a little and go snorkeling for the afternoon, but I was too relaxed. Too engulfed in the tranquility of it all.
     Now sometimes in mid afternoon before the chores are done, I sneak off to take a break in the hammock, but then get lost in the secret spell that the hammock has cast upon me. Can't seem to break it, or maybe I don't want to!
     Its almost like a kid and their blanky.  Curl up within it, grab a good book and I am in my own world.
Hammocks have been around forever and have been used for every occasion from camping to sailing. And why wouldn't they? It all sounds romantic to sleep on the ground until you wake 3 hours later with a stiff back.
      I have two, and of course there is a good one and a great one. When company comes over to shoot the breeze, I make sure that I am in the lead to get the great one. Childish maybe, but so true!
     And when I wake up in the middle of the night and cant sleep, I'll slip off to my hammock and stare at the stars pondering until I slip off into a coma! "Note to self"-  when you have to work in the morning don't forget the alarm clock  again!
      Addicted?? Yeah, sure you can say that!!

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Thursday, August 25, 2011

What is a nude beach?

    Ok, so is this a dumb question? Well of course its a beach for people to be nude!!
Well Wikipedia helps explain what a nude beach is just in case we wanted to know a little in dept info about it!

A nude beach is a beach where users are legally at liberty to be nude. Sometimes the terms clothing-optional beach or free beach are used. Nude bathing is one of the most common forms of nudity in public. As beaches are usually on public lands, any member of the public is entitled to use the facilities without membership of any movement or subscription to any philosophy. The use of the beach facilities is normally anonymous. Unlike a naturist resort or facility, there is normally no membership or vetting requirement for the use of a nude beach. The use of nude beach facilities is usually casual, not requiring pre-booking. Nude beaches may be official (legally sanctioned), unofficial (tolerated by residents and law enforcement), or illegal. However, nude beaches are relatively few and some distance from cities, and access is at times more difficult than at a regular beach and the facilities at these beaches tend to be very basic.

Now why would you even think of going to a nude beach?
People visit a nude beach for any of a number of reasons. These range from people who see no reason to wear clothing when taking part in water activities or sunning, or who enjoy being nude or partially nude . Some people visit a nude beach because they enjoy looking at people who are nude, or because of curiosity. Some people sunbathe on a nude beach to get a more even suntan, and to eliminate tan lines. Some people sunbathe at a nude beach to get an all-over tan, but do not have access to a private place where they can sunbathe, such as a back yard not visible by neighbors.

Now is this Legal? Well......
Most beaches around the world, including nude beaches, are on public lands. That means that though private resorts and hotels that adjoin a beach may enclose their property behind fences with controlled access, most countries do not allow private ownership of the actual beach area. Thus, while a resort can control access and set clothing standards on its property, these standards would not necessarily apply to the beach itself, which remains subject to local laws or customs, and public access to the beach itself usually remains unrestricted. This applies, for example, to the islands in the Caribbean, Mexico, and Florida. On the Seven Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica, for example, though the beach is lined with private resorts with fences down to the sand/waterline, the beach itself is open to the public. Though actual clothing standards vary from resort to resort, the beach area is officially designated as "TopFree", and public access is unrestricted.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Temptation Cancun

Temptation Cancun

An evolutionary concept in Cancun, the new all-inclusive Temptation Resort & Spa
welcomes singles and couples to experience a contemporary take on the all-inclusive holiday. A hip vibe is the hallmark of this beachfront resort where the over-21 atmosphere allows guests to invigorate and refresh in a vibrating atmosphere. Play and sun on a pristine white sand beach with tropical Caribbean waters and bath in one of three swimming pools, each offering something for everyone.
A unique ambience and concept for 21+
Deluxe accommodations
24 Hours meal service, including: A la Carte and Buffet breakfast, A la carte and Buffet Lunch, Day and nighttime snacks, Gourmet dining at three specialty restaurants (Reservation required for some outlets), Low carb, vegetarian and healthy options available at most restaurants
Room service for continental breakfast
24-hour selected premium brand alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage service; sommelier’s selection of wines available for an additional surcharge
Daily fun, daring and adventurous activities from non-motorized water sports and beach-sports; scuba diving demonstrations at the pool; pool games to contests filled with temptations lead by resort “Temptation Cast Members” tea
Nightly entertainment designed with live music, live shows, contests; daily DJ spinning; in-house dancing facilities and much more
Sports and video bar furnished equipped with Cable TV, billiards, video games, darts and table games
Hotel taxes and gratuities
• A unique ambience and concept for adults 21+
• De luxe Cancun vacation accommodations
• 24-Hours All Inclusive meal service, including:
• A la Carte and Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner
• Day and nighttime snacks
• Unlimited all inclusive Gourmet dining at three specialty restaurants (Reservation required).
• Low carb, vegetarian and healthy options available at most restaurants
• Room service for continental breakfast
• 24-hour selected premium brand alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage service; sommelier's selection of wines available for an additional surcharge
• Daily fun, daring and adventurous vacation activities lead by Temptation Cast Members; pool games, enticing and tempting contests , non-motorized water sports, beach volleyball, scuba diving demonstrations and more
• Nightly entertainment designed with live music, live shows, contests; in-house dance club/disco and much more
• Sports bar equipped with cable TV, billiards, video games, darts and table games
• Hotel taxes and gratuities included
TOP SELLING RESORT FEATURES • A unique vacation ambience for Adults 21+
• A contemporary take on the all-inclusive holiday
• An evolutionary concept in Cancun Mexico
• Trendy decor and custom designed guest rooms
• Fun, sexy and adventurous activities
• Sensational gourmet dining
• Five-star all inclusive spa haven
• Top notch service and more

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Sunday, August 14, 2011
Welcome to the Caribbean Party Connection!
Here you can connect with other travelers like you! Find out and share great places in the Caribbean, whether it be a bar on the beach, a little restaraunt tucked into a cove, a five star resort, or a perfect dive spot that you will never forget! You can meet other singles and couples to travel and party with also! Its like an online resort and its FREE!
So Pull up a hammock, grab a fruity drink, and find someone to apply that suntan oil because baby we're about to have some fun in the Caribbean!

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Desire Cancun

Desire Cancun

An all-inclusive formula provides premier wining, dining and lounging, as well as an exciting Disco, full-service gym and opulent Spa. Activities, entertainment and water sports are practically limitless, inspiring flirtatious socializing and multiple ways to let loose.

Imagine a place of freedom, a place where fantasies take form, a place of beauty, a place both erotic and exotic, a place to abandon inhibitions and truly be your selves. Imagine sharing that place with upscale, like-minded couples who also seek a sensuous, clothing-optional venue or an adventurous lifestyle experience. Desire Resort & Spa, a unique couples-only, adult resort—the first of its kind in Mexico-- located on Cancun’s sexy Riviera Maya, will unleash your imagination and stimulate your senses.

Conceived as a village, showcasing superb architectural design that blends seamlessly with its vibrant and lush tropical surroundings, the resort features 114 guest rooms and suites with views overlooking the lush tropical gardens or breathtaking Caribbean Sea.

Set amongst lingering ocean breezes, warm white sand and the seductive, picture-perfect hues of the Caribbean, Desire Resort & Spa sets the scene where your wildest dreams and deepest emotions come to life. Open your mind, fall under the spell and feel… Desire.


Superb Location
Unique concept in Mexico
Secluded and private
Couples Only, 21+
Sensual, alternative lifestyle adventure
Clothing-optional beach, pool and Jacuzzi lounge
“Au natural” experience
Write up was done by Dream pleasure tours

Saturday, May 21, 2011

hedo2 in Jamaica

Hedonism II

You can be as free as you want to be, depending on your mood. For a quiet, private moment, slip off to a shaded hammock with a good book. Or shed your inhibitions, and join in the party on the nude beach. Just be yourself, or someone else entirely.

If you're wondering what a typical day at Hedonism II is really like,
ask anybody who's been here. Chances are they'll all tell you the same thing: "There's no such thing as a typical day at Hedonism II." No two days are ever alike. Sure, the water's always warm and the sun's always bright, but the resort's true character is shaped by the people who visit. One thing's for sure - there's never a dull moment at Hedonism II.
It must have been something in the water. Because from the moment Hedonism II's gates opened twenty-five years ago, it's been the most widely recognized, and notorious, resort in the world. Words really can't quite describe the thrill of actually being here. It's the ultimate guilty pleasure, only without the guilt. A real life Garden of Eden.
Situated on the tip of legendary Negril Beach, life at Hedonism II centers around two private stretches of beach: One nude. One not. Both fantastic. It's a big part of what makes the spirit of Hedonism II so enjoyable.
Some say it's because of the magical potions served up at the bar. Others attribute it to powerful aphrodisiacs found in the native fruits. And then of course, it could just be the mirrors on the ceilings of every guest room. But whatever it is, it seems that everyone at Hedonism II develops a little more enthusiasm for all things romantic. Best of all, what happens here, stays here. It's the unwritten code of true Hedonists.
That wonderful, non-judgmental attitude is just one reason why you're likely to see the same smiling faces, year after year. A friend of Hedonism, once, is a friend forever.
There are a total of 280 rooms and suites. All rooms and suites have air-conditioning with tiled floors, mirrored ceilings, 1 king or 2 twin beds, television, coffee and tea making facilities, iron and ironing board, new private 5-head Euro-style Jacuzzi shower, clock radio, CD-player, safe deposit box, hairdryers. Single guests can occupy a room on a "shared" basis; clients traveling alone will share with guest of the same sex or they can opt to pay an additional single supplement and be guaranteed the accommodation to themselves.

Hedonism II Weather

Partly Cloudy

Negril, Jamaica

Partly Cloudy
Humidity: 66%
Wind: NE at 9 mph
  • Sat Chance of Storm
    88°F 77°F
  • Sun Chance of Storm
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  • Mon Chance of Storm
    84°F 77°F
  • Tue Chance of Storm
    88°F 77°F