Thank you everyone!
Thank you everyone!
The sign was there in Aug 2010. Another function is to keep the amount of people upstairs limited. Its actually a pretty small area. The thought of having to squeeze by a stranger (or even friend) upstairs or on the stairs while you're both naked is reason enough to limit occupancy to two!
We just returned from Tower Isle. Signs have changed. The signs in the pictures are no longer on the stairs. However, there is a new sign. "Couples working, Do not disturbe". I know for a fact the sign works, allows couples time. ;)
Does anyone know if "tower time" is still something that is accepted?
I would love to enjoy some time with my wife in the tower when we are there
I understand the lure of tower time, but it is rather disgusting to think they go up there, have sex, and then get in the pool to make "human soup"....not sure if we will head out to the island next year when we try cti
Randymon has adressed this. And it was never "acceptible" That doesn't mean it never happened.
Randandbets: This is exactly the same issue as saving chairs. People know the policy, don't do it in the tower, but some always decide to "do it" anyway.
When we first came to COR, we were part of a group that we met on our first trip to the island. We hung out with them for a number of years. There were a number of issues that arose during those years, concerning what we were doing and our behavior. As a "group", we all continued to do what we wanted to do. When 10 or 12 or sometimes a lot more couples get together, anywhere, they are going to make a lot of noise. And each individual morphs into one large group. No one is sensitive or sympathetic to other guests, and if they were, they never spoke up. We want to have a great time just like everyone else. But being rude or disrespectful to other guests, just doesn't cut it. Looking back, I am really sorry and ashamed that we stayed with them for as long as we did. But the end did come and we have moved on.
One of themes on the saving chairs post, seems to be "entitlement". And I can understand that. We all pay to be there. But that doesn't give any of us the right to be disrespectful to other guests. That is just stupid.
Richie, I couldn't agree with you more. Hopefully we get a chance to share the Island again with you guys on future visits.
Randy and Betsy