Sex Role play Paradise Island

 

We all dream to a degree about Heaven. Although none of us have seen it, we do see the most beautiful scenery on earth and call it “Heaven on Earth”. Sometimes we have the opportunity to visit eg the Caribbean Islands, the South Pacific, Tahiti, Hawaii or other Polynesian Islands. At other times we may not have that opportunity, but we can try to recreate that mindset by having a staycation at home. Either way the following ideas and pictures are meant to get you in the mood to be with you spouse and get that Hawaii theme feeling.

 

Andrea & Steve – Wedding Matira Beach Bora Bora

If you have privacy in your backyard you can flirt around a lot more than if you don’t.

The best place to get party stuff is at the dollar store. eg Paper parasols, grass skirts cups, plates, tablecloth etc. will get you in a tropical mood. Buy or collects shell. Get artificial flower lei, or the real thing.

Make a big “Aloha” sign eg  on an old surf board or again you can buy paper signs.

 

 

For clothes, both men and women should get a Sarong. If not just go to a store where they sell cloth by the yard, and buy some colorful tropical fabric and improvise.

Below are some foods to start with, resources and photos just for ideas and inspiration.

  • Sweet potatoes
  • Tropical fruit such as pineapple, mango and papaya
  • Piña colada (without alcohol), Pineapple, Mango, Coconut Drinks
  • Pineapple Salsa
  • Grilled Shrimp
  • Grilled Mahi Mahi or Salmon

Put on Some Hawaii music, get the BBQ going, and have fun with your spouse.

Dance, kiss, act out “Mutiny on the Bounty”. Imagine you’re Mel Gibson as Fletcher Christian seducing the native girl, Mauatu. Pretend you don’t understand each others language. Kiss by rubbing noses.  Get a waterfall shower-head  and take a shower together. Make love in the privacy of your home.

Our imagination is endless. Even if you are not able to go to Hawaii or Tahiti, remember the greatest joy of a vacation is in planning it and you can have the best of both worlds by having a staycation with your spouse.

http://www.wikihow.com/Host-a-HawaiianParty

http://www.party411.com/PlanYourParty/Theme/Luau/LuauThemeParty.aspx

©Gregory Boissy. Papeete le 26 aout 2008 le 126e Heiva I Tahiti – C’est le plus célèbre des festivals culturels de Polynésie, qui rassemble des groupes de chanteurs et troupes de danse venus de tout l’archipel polynésien. Il met en valeur la culture, les arts et les traditions ancestrales tahitiennes avec des jeux traditionnels, des courses de pirogues, et un concours de danse. Le Heiva englobe la fête de l’autonomie le 29 juin et la fête nationale française le 14 juillet. les participants viennent de toute la Polynesie ET rendent ainsi hommage à leur héritage culturel polynésien
It is the most famous cultural festivals of Polynesia, bringing together groups of singers and dance troupes from across French Polynesia . It highlights the culture, arts and Tahitian traditions with traditional games, racing canoes call Va’a, and a very famous dance contest. The Heiva includes the feast of autonomy on June 29 and the French national day on July 14. Participants come from throughout Polynesia and render tribute to their Polynesian cultural heritage

Woman in Costume at Ahu Tongarriki in Easter Island during Tapati Festival Rapa Nui

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Andrea & Steve – Wedding Matira Beach Bora Bora

 

 

 

Accueil à l’Intercontinental Tahiti Resort

 

 

 

 

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