Whether done by yourself or with a partner, sex is one of the greatest pleasures and joys of life. Did you know that of all search terms worldwide, the topic of sex shows up not once but twice in the top ten list of most searched for Google terms? Sex has been feared, desired, spoken about, written about, and creatively depicted endlessly throughout the millennia. Am I right? And unfortunately, that means we cannot enjoy sex to the fullest and feel truly at home in our bodies. Sensuality can be defined as the ability to fully enjoy our senses: touch, smell, taste, sight, and hearing.
The design uses natural materials, light shades and glass to make the most of this privileged setting and the uninterrupted panoramic views across the local countryside, golf courses and sparkling blue Mediterranean. There are generous outside spaces, with landscaped gardens and terraces that are ideal for chilling out, entertaining or dining al fresco, and the breathtaking infinity pool provides one of the best positions from which to enjoy the spectacular sunsets. The bedrooms also have lovely terraces with glass balustrades, and the grand master suite has its own wing with bathroom, large dressing room and its own terrace. Like the rest of the property, floor to ceiling windows are used extensively to maximise light and to make the most of the views. This creates a real impact, particularly on the ground floor, where a double height glass wall greets you as you open the front door, and provides a wonderful dining area looking out over the pool. The open plan theme continues throughout to give a sensation of light and space and to blur the boundary between inside and out. Of course, all appliances and materials are of the highest quality, and features such as the lift and climate-controlled bodega add extra luxury touches.
What's this? My name is Terri. I'm a Dog trainer living with my husband and animals in South Portugal and building the dream having bought our cottage in the country. We love music, dance and the arts generally.
The "Elixir of The Gods," dates as far back as the great Mayan temple. It is there that they found the simple sun etched in the stone. The round sun represents the eye of the Sun God who sees all. His emanating rays representing the eleven simple pleasures desired by all. The four sided glass temple designed to hold Sol Dios, is a tribute to where the simple sun etching was first found.