Turkish bath

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  1. bouzib

    bouzib New Member

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    Have you ever been to a Turkish bath? Any dress code? How things go on?
     
  2. D_Jared Padalicki

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    Yes, been too a turkish bath, was nice.

    You had to wear a little towel around the waist. You come in and relax. If you get a massage, you lay down in the middle on a warm stone. They throw water on you, warm and cold. Then they scrub you really hard, so you get rid of the dirty skin. And then they wash it off. After that they have a special way to cover your whole body with soap, very cool btw. And then they throw water on you again and they dry you off.
     
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    It varies. Usually you just wear a towel around your waist. In the old days in mixed venues the women would wear two towels, but nowadays you usually all have to wear swimwear if it's mixed.

    If it's a gay bath-house there's usually a corridor area and a video lounge where people cruise in towels and there might be a dark room too.

    The only straight male bath-house I've been to some guys wore trunks but most were naked in the wet area, and wore towels or bathrobes in the social areas.

    Either ring and ask before you go, or take some trunks and a towel (or two) with you and see what others are wearing.
     
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