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Nude Camping & The Nudist  
   

Nude Camping & The Nudist

In the foreground with the umbrellas is the nude beach, and under that cypress tree to the far right my tent lies where I come and go. Often waking in the morning, I find a nude couple lounging peacably. They smile. I smile. We're all nude. It's all good.
Nude Camping & The Stories of a Newfound Nudist (Location: Plakias, Isle of Crete, Greece)

September 9th 2006
“Never?” “Uh-uh.” “Not once?” “Nope.” “Okay. So, how about today?” I smiled. Where I come from nudity is taboo. It’s labeled as counter-culture; a flower child, a hippie, a youth in the midst of rebellious acts, often a European. Those who dare are easily looked down upon, and just as easily, they’re not. But in all manners, public nudity is universall ... read more
Europe » Greece » Crete

Greek Flag Greece achieved its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1829. During the second half of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, it gradually added neighboring islands and territories, most with Greek-speaking populations. In Worl... ... read more
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