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My ‘intense’ stay at a nude hotel


Jarrod Sierocki

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What it was like to stay at the Nude Hotel in Mexico. Photo: Danielle Ditzian

“IT’S just like National Geographic!” said the 20-something-year-old Swedish girl to my left. We sat there in awe on the balcony of Nude Hotel, all casually naked, yet surprised at what we were seeing.

Where on earth were we?!

Zipolite is a small, little-known town on the Pacific coast of Mexico. It not only boasts being the only legal nude beach in Mexico, but is often likened to a town stuck in the 1960s. With the entire beach being clothing optional, it is unlike anywhere else I have ever had the pleasure of visiting.

Still, seeing live porn was far more than I had witnessed in a town that usually only had people wandering casually around naked along the beach. This was an intense moment, even for my…

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