We all fell into deep silence and nobody wanted to change clothes. Aaaaand then the much needed light bulb moment came to the rescue when Toto said, "Sa Mahabagin!!!!"
We immediately changed to our swimming attires and took a short shower before diving into the pool. There are signages around the pool that diving is prohibited, but we did it anyways. Kami na ang pasaway XD We swam for 2 hours until we all decided to go home at 5:00PM. We also didn't want to to pay another P20 for the succeeding hours ;p
It was good to know that there's a nearby pool that we can go to whenever we feel like swimming any day of the year. Other good things about the house/pool:
♥ Not strict about swimming attire
♥ People can bring food and drinks. No corkage fee! :)
♥ Very accessible - for us, yes. But not applicable for people living outside QC.
♥ There are nearby food stalls where you can buy food in case you're too lazy to prepare.
But like other places, it also has its own bad/nega/waley characteristics:
X The pool is not well maintained. The water seemed like it's been there for mooooonths.
X The rest rooms aren't well maintained as well. Kinda icky.
X People can't be too noisy because the house is in a residential area. B-but, it's so difficult not to LOL especially when with good friends! :c
anyways, we still enjoyed this unplanned trip to Mahabagin. We'll probably be back one of these days and we're hoping the pool water has been replaced :)
P.S Pool's depth is from 4ft to 6ft.