Monthly Archives: April 2013
Some of you may have my post about my first trip to Waterworld back in November 2011, well after missing out for a year (they only take place three times per year), I managed to attend the session on Saturday 9th March. If you missed the first post, click here.
The session is organised by Wirral Naturists and is a fantastic experience for anyone looking to enjoy the spills and thrills of the ‘UK’s No.1 Indoor Tropical Aqua Park’ in the nude!
I attended the session on my own after a friend who was due to attend pulled out at the last minute. This would have been their first public nude experience and after changing their mind throughout the day, decided that it was too much. I thought that this was a real shame as the reason behind it was due to a lack of body confidence. If anything can help with improving your own body confidence, then naturism surely is one of them. Naturism is a great leveller, and although it can be nerve wracking the first time, the joy of being naked, in company, or on your own is a fantastic feeling.
Once parked up, I was greeted at reception by volunteers from Wirral Naturists which is also the location of the licensed bar area (fully naturist). Wirral Naturist Club had organised a tombola, whilst British Naturist Society were selling various books, DVDs and car stickers.
Once inside the pool area, there is a wide choice of facilities available including:
* Children’s Aqua Splash Jungle House
* Wild Water Rapids
* Bubble Pool
* Super Flumes
* Space Bowl
* Aqua Assault Course
* Wave Pool
* Poolside Café
At my previous visit, I estimated that there was around 300 – 400 people in attendance. I think this event there was probably around 200 or so. Again there was a good mix of genders and ages.
Although a fairly confident person, I do struggle with approaching people to talk to so other than a few nods and smiles, I spent the evening on my own. In an attempt to meet people, I thought I’d have a drink at the pool side cafe. However, upon sitting down at a free table and placing down my hot cup of tea, the table came crashing down around me! With an almighty crash, I was surrounded by bits a plastic, the remains of my tea and the focus of a load of bemused/concerned onlookers. To be honest, the table incident actually helped as an icebreaker and I was soon chatting to those on the next table!
The Waterworld sessions are great and I thoroughly recommend them to anyone. If you are interested, click here for the Wirral Naturists website.
FYI – the next one’s in November. Hope to go again, but this time I’ll be more careful where I put down my drink!