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Club Manila East Taytay, Rizal

HPD Company outing! It was our first time to join the event. Right after work we went to the location and we managed to find CME using my iPad’s GPS :-) Exciting indeed, finding our way.
3 hours drive from Angeles to Taytay, Rizal.

7:30PM – Checked in, proceeded to our room then dinner @ Doña Nelia Restaurant.

I hate this CME band thingy!

Dinner time

Afterwards, we took a walk just to wait for 10 o’clock so we can go outside and buy drinks then night swimming to freshen up.

the sign :-)

enjoying the night swim

Ian having a good time

I had a good night sleep… a bit tired and with enough alcohol to put me at rest. Ian, with his excitement, woke up early.

Heading for a breakfast...

loves to swim

pool time under the sun

checking out...

Time to go home!

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  1. July 6, 2012 at 3:51 AM | #1

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  2. Ray Anthony
    April 24, 2012 at 12:39 PM | #2

    If you have pictures near the lap pool ( when entering CME-it is just after the first pavillion-and in front of Jollibee kiosk)-please send out to me . Thanks.

    • Marvs
      April 24, 2012 at 1:21 PM | #3

      No pictures for that location. I am sorry to hear about the tragic incident. I have a 10 yr old son who loves to swim. Still learning on his own. When we were in CME I allowed him to go alone swimming, for I am confident enough that he will not go to deep watered pools. With this incident, it made me aware not to let him on his own cause accidents happen. I can’t see myself being there and don’t know what really happened. May he rest in peace. God has his own plan for each one of us no matter how painful things would be.

      • Ray Anthony
        April 26, 2012 at 4:55 AM | #4

        Thanks anyway. And yes 10 to 15 minutes is too long even for a teenager-especially who chose to be on his own away from his cousins and is adventurous enough to try the deep waters.

      • Ray Anthony
        April 26, 2012 at 4:55 AM | #5

        Thanks anyway. And yes 10 to 15 minutes is too long even for a teenager-especially who chose to be on his own away from his cousins and is adventurous enough to try the deep waters.

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