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|Iraq Information. September 2010. Earlier this year, I spent 6 months traveling all around Iraq. There are no nude resorts or clothing optional places there. Thanks NevadaNaturist for the report!|
|Trip Report to Israel. June 2008. Israel still has a lovely nude beach on the Dead Sea, but it has changed slightly. The last time I was here the nude beach was at Kalya. Now it is at Midbar, 1 km south. New directions: take the 1 from Jerusalem, and, when you get to the Dead Sea turn south (right). You will soon see a bunch of flags and a sign to the New Kalya Beach. Take the road to Kalya (a left turn off the highway). The road quickly turns south (a right turn) and then you will see a sign for a left turn to Kalya. Keep going, and the road will end up at two beaches. Midbar is the southernmost beach. it is labeled 'Tourist Beach' and Midbar (desert in Hebrew). You pay (30NIS during the week, 35 NIS during the week. Due to the terrible dollar 1 dollar is 3.2 NIS. It was always over 4) and walk south, past the textile area, past the first sign that says 'No swimming here' and you finally get to the nude beach. It has chairs, a few umbrellas, a garbage bin, and a freshwater shower. Floating in the Dead Sea is fun - the water feels almost oily from the salt, and you float. Caution: don't shave the day you intend to go - the water stings even the smallest cut. A tradition is to cover yourself with Dead Sea mud and let it dry, then wash it off. The myth is that it is good for your skin. It certainly feels good. Thanks Mickey for the report. If you wish to contact Mickey, click HERE. Make sure you mention the report you are referring to in the body of the email and that you want the email forwarded to Mickey.|
|Israel Report. June 2006. On a brief trip to Israel my wife and I had a half hour to spare, so we wandered down to Atlit beach just to admire the Mediterranean. Imagine our surprise and delight when we found a single nude sunbather. He said he and his wife, and others often come to the beach and use it nude. There were also a few surfers, and some families, but the beach is unsupervised, clean, and I think the different classes of users coexist. To get there: take highway 2, which runs between Tel Aviv and Haifa. Note, there are 3 more or less parallel roads - Highways 2, 4, and 6. 2 is the most western, 6 the fastest. Atlit is above Caesaria, and below Haifa. Get off the highway at Atlit Junction, and go west. You will see on your right a national park, the old British concentration camp for illegal immigrants, used when the survivors of the Holocaust tried to get into British Palestine. On the left is a gas station. Keep going, and the road turns north. You will see a number of dirt roads leading to the beach. Take any of them, park, and go to the beach - it is a large flat clean beach with (in June) reasonable surfing waves. There are no signs, surveillance, or any other evidence of establishment. I suspect that if the first person who arrives at a chunk of beach takes off his or her clothes, the subsequent beachgoers can do the same. Thanks Mickey for the report. If you wish to contact Mickey, click HERE. Make sure you mention the report you are referring to in the body of the email and that you want the email forwarded to Mickey.|
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