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The world’s largest swimming pool

Rogerio Kioshi
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Has anyone already gone there?





http://www.wayfaring.info/2008/02/29/the-worlds-largest-swimming-pool/


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Brian Legg
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I thought the largest swimming pool was the Pacific Ocean? It needs to be cleaned out and some more chemicals added but it's still fun to swim in.

That pool looks amazing by the way!!

EDIT: I can't figure out what these buildings are.... at the beginning of the article is says they are a resort but later on it says appartments. I am guessing resorts, but who knows....


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W. Joe Smith
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Pretty nice, but not the nicest pool I've seen.

When I was taking my SCUBA diving course our instructor showed us a video of a pool (I think it was in England, but not sure) that was built to train SCUBA divers. It had artificial caves, uneven bottoms, and had a few spots that were deep enough to simulate the emergency ascent procedures. It was pretty awesome.


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Ulf Dittmer
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Ugh, the buildings look nasty.


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Why would you put a pool on a beach?

Also, what if you're in the middle building, and you want to get into the OCEAN? You have a rather long walk...


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Paul Sturrock
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You could get there by canoe.


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