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Know These Things Before You Visit Temptation Cancun

Life is incomplete without a good TV network and internet connection. An iptv box can help you get both in one device. However, vacations are as important in life as having a good network. An enjoyable holiday can have a positive impact on one’s health as well as well-being. In this article, I will compile some memories of an unforgettable vacation of my life.

A few weeks ago, I spent five hilarious, sun-soaked days at Temptation Resort, Cancun — a t**l*ss-optional “playground for adults.” It is a resort rebuilt by world-renowned designer Karim Rashid (you might own a garbage can in his collection). With this design, you’ll experience a luxurious, ultra-modern, and playful color-filled space that will have you feeling like you’re staying somewhere in a pack of Jolly Ranchers.

Before I agreed to go on the trip, I wasn’t sure what to expect from it. Many questions and concerns came up, and I was just generally curious about everything. My Toronto Sun story about my experience with Temptation was published a few days ago. Nevertheless, I think it would be helpful to compile a FAQ post.

Are you a first-time visitor to Temptation? Let us tell you what you need to know:

It’s entirely up to you whether you go t**l*ss.

It’s true that I am usually quite shy about displaying my body in public. As I approached the resort, my main concern was that I would be the only person by the pool. In the end, I had no cause for concern. It is entirely your choice whether to go t**l*ss. Some do, while others do not. Whether you’re comfortable or not, no one is judging you (I sat on the beach wearing a one-piece!)

B**bs will be visible. There will be a lot of them.

There’s no way around it. A woman vigorously applied sunscreen to her very ample br***t* during my first 20 minutes of being at Temptation. During the first few days, these kinds of moments don’t register because they become so commonplace. Sunscreen is also a great idea. Nobody wants burned n***l*s.

The resort does not belong to Sw**g*rs.

This is an all-inclusive resort designed specifically for adults ages 21 and older who “love to party and enjoy a free-spirited atmosphere.” While you will not find anything like sw**g*rs resorts at Temptation, you will meet folks who consider it so. Even though many of the couples I spoke to admitted that they were not sw**g*rs, but others with whom they spent time were.

Temptation Resort attracts people for different reasons. Rather than wearing a top, some people prefer a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. While some guests come to enjoy themselves, others are there to spice things up (although there is always a chance of getting committed). Some folks just want to relax by the pool and eat as much guacamole as possible without judgment. No matter how you look at this, it is a great place to fly a fr**k flag.

Many of the attendees are older.

Though the resort is actively trying to attract more millennials as guests, for the most part, the crowd consists of those in their late 20’s to early ’30s. Due to the higher price point, this resort tends to attract adults who are more established. There are many guests who are in their 60s and 70s as well as people in their 30s and early 40s!

The atmosphere has a positive vibe.

However, it isn’t advertised as such. Throughout this gallery, you will see various stages of undr***ing of bodies of various shapes, sizes, and ages. Don’t judge and be judged. We’re all human beings and trying to live our lives to the fullest. When it comes to bathing suits, you no longer have to look at what you look like. Having spent time in a supportive environment, I began to feel more comfortable with my own body.

There is good food.

Although it seemed counterintuitive to talk about the food after staying at a s**xy adult-themed resort, it was quite good. The hotel has seven different restaurants, so you’re sure to find something to suit your tastes. I enjoyed Sea Flirt the most. 

My favorite meals were the seafood dinner and their Mexican-inspired breakfast. Romanza, the high-end Italian restaurant, had an excellent dinner as well. There are many dishes I enjoy at Rain (buffet). Such as the guacamole, cheese empanadas, taco dorados at Rain (buffet), the salads & shrimp at Amores (Mexican/American), and everything in the dessert section. At breakfast, you can squeeze fresh juice to your heart’s content!

Although it is all-inclusive, tips are not included.

The staff at the hotel are really nice, and you’ll want to tip them even though it says tips are included. You should always tip. Let’s say you budget $20 USD for tips per day.

In your room, you have easy access to plugging in your electronics and phone.

Initially, I thought I’d have to bring a travel adapter/plug set, but apparently, Mexico doesn’t require one. All the electronic gadgets can be conveniently plugged into these tiny nooks built into either side of the bed at Temptation Cancun. It is also not necessary to bring a straightening iron, as every bathroom has one. 

There may not be items like gum and bobby pins in the gift shop, but you can purchase Cialis and Viagra.

My apologies for the pun, but I had a hard time figuring this out. You can get all kinds of items from the drugstore across the street from the hotel. We offer deep discounts on several over-the-counter skin care products (Retin A, Kitocell), as well as prescription-free products. Xanax and Adderall are purchasable with a prescription. 

It’s amazing to order room service from the TV.

Through your TV, you have access to a slick, digital room service system. It’s all-inclusive and available 24 hours a day. This is perfect for guacamole and chips cravings at 3 in the morning.

You can connect with other guests on the unofficial message board.

It makes sense that they would have their own message board since many customers return every year or even multiple times a year. In Cancun Care, guests can discuss their experiences, arrange meetups, and communicate with each other. The B**b Cruise is also available there. The thing you just described is a real thing, and it’s exactly as you described it.

A lot of things will happen that you can’t undo.

In our group of journalists’ first evening together, we happened to pass a group of people on their balcony who were partying completely n**d**. Even though public spaces are prohibited from having s***al activities, you will witness some. One man wearing extremely tiny man-thongs was something we saw. As my friend Laura said, “I never saw my eyes like that before.”

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