We were there for the first time at the same time as you, apparently. We scheduled from June 8-15, but spent 12-15 at Desire Pearl instead, which was the smartest thing we could have done. I was bored out of my gourd at TTR the first couple of days. The planning and anticipation of my trip were so much better than the actual trip! Honestly, at first I was looking forward to it being over so I could leave. That changed and I wished I was back in cancun now, but in the beginning.... I would agree with your suggestions. Make friends early. We met people on the boobs cruise (which was one of the single most enjoyable experiences of my life!!) but that was right before we left. Suggestions I would add: 1. Cancuncare folks and June junkies are incredibly accepting people online but pretty cliquey in person. We need a better way to reach out and include others. I made a lot of virtual friends, but once arrived at TTR, was pretty alone, not knowing how to find those people. 2. Keep the bars open later! It's an adult party resort but the bars close at 7pm and the pools at 9pm? Yeah, that's pretty sexy. Unless you're a swinger and hooking up in someone's room, there is no time for sexy for you at TTR after 7pm, so leave or go to bed. It's like TTR retirement center. If you book any excursion, you've missed the whole day. Paty'o is open, but it's so crowded, as the only option, it's hard to get in and meet people. I had a blast in there, but a little variety would be good. Alcohol is weak weak weak. It's sad you have to bring your own to get drunk. I didn't ever our be that at Pearl. I drank non stop at TTR and never got buzzed but at Pearl after three drinks woke up naked on the beach with a time lapse in my mind. I may never know what happened during those hours and probably don't want to. 3. I was shocked by the hypocrisy regarding nudity. Tits of every shape and size were there, but the men were mostly wearing church slacks to swim in, practically. The very few of us who wore revealing pouch swimwear, while receiving many catcalls and compliments, received a fair share of complaints. When I wore my white pouch (see-through when wet), one guy actually said "no one wants to see that" as he distracted his wife...btw, his wife apparently DID want to see it because she couldn't stop staring, even as she appeared very offended in her neck to thigh covering bathing suit). See my pics for an idea of what I look like. I will take this one down shortly since it's provocative. Sorry, Steve. Staff were cool about male nudity since I spent every morning on the patio nude with my coffee. Staying in 1105, right by the main path, the bar, and the Caribbean restaurant, I had lots of traffic and views! Every morning, though, the staff would work outside my room. I would stand there buck naked and talk to them, but they never were phased. Even if I stood on the patio and stroked off (which I did 3-5 times daily) or screwed my wife, which I did often out there, they wouldn't acknowledge it, so that was good. The passersby mostly liked it, encouraging the sex or commenting "nice dick," but off the patio the tolerance stopped. People freaked if I wore anything other than standard men's board shorts and I just don't get that. 4. Theme nights: not enough communication or encouragement. We spent a fortune and a lot of time on this, only to find maybe 2-3 others dressing up. The men didn't at all. What a bunch of boring guys! Theme nights have the potential to be so fun and schoolgirl night made my marriage about 1,000,000 times better, but there we're literally less than half a dozen participants. 5. Do the boobs cruise and do it early! Steve is a brilliant man and made my life better with this event! I was first to so many awards that day but won't spoil the fun by telling you about it. Just be prepared to have a lot of fun. 6. If you're a guy and you want to be naked, skip TTR and go to Desire. At pearl, I found only good service and acceptance. Sex in public is a real deal and no means no. We were not once bothered by someone pressuring us. I loved it so much, I bought a timeshare.