Pool Shenanigans

I’m a water person. I spend hours taking pictures of water – whether it be a small water fountain or of waves crashing over the rocks or even tiny raindrops on the window.

I even learnt swimming just so I could sit and play in the pool for hours on end. This picture below is of the swimming pool where I did exactly that – spent the entire morning splashing around. I didn’t know swimming yet, and so I used a life ring to keep me afloat.

When I finally got out I had a sunburn so bad it sent my parents scrambling for skin ointments and aloe vera gels. (By the end of this trip I had a broken arm too but that’s another story.)


Needless to say, I wasn’t allowed anywhere near the pool for the remainder of the trip.

27 thoughts on “Pool Shenanigans

  1. I can find myself in here πŸ˜€ I used to be crazy for water when I was little, splashing about and refusing to come out of pools. Filling the bathtub with soapy water and playing with the squeaky ducks and other aquatic squeaky toys was always a favourite kiddie hobby of mine πŸ˜€ I still love watching fountains and waves passionately.

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  2. That pool does look lovely – and tough luck with the broken arm! I have two kids : one who loves the water and one abhors it with a vengeance, so for me pool time is literally spent at the edge of the pool. Ha ha πŸ˜‰

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    1. It was just as amazing as it looks. The sunburn was bad at that time. Had to keep a thick layer of aloe Vera gel applied at all times. Took days to heal. Thanks for asking. πŸ˜™


  3. I hope your sunburn wasn’t too bad and you healed quickly. But I’m guessing the whole time the water kept you cool the whole morning πŸ˜€ I am not a huge fan of swimming but I do like wading in water at the beach πŸ™‚

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  4. I love the water too and as a self proclaimed mermaid from another life, no one can force me out of the water. Except sunburns, yep, they’re pretty convincing. Hahaha πŸ™‚

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