Monday, April 20, 2009

Bali-Bali, Samal

Ateneo de Davao's Computer Studies Division had an outing yesterday. As part-time faculty, I was invited to attend. I'm normally too shy for group activities, but since it was in Samal, I readily said yes.

As I did last Black Saturday, I took the ferry to Babak and biked the rest of the way to Bali-Bali resort. It was a much shorter distance than last week's trip, though. And I actually beat the group to the resort by five minutes! I am so buff.

Since there was a lot of down time, I biked a bit further to PeƱaplata, and was sorely tempted to proceed to the eastern coast of Samal. However, it was too late in the morning, and I didn't want to be missed, so I turned back.

Pretty pictures aside, we were not too happy with the treatment from Bali-Bali. When some in our group wanted to use their infinity pool, the staff told them off. I can understand that they didn't want us crowding the facilities, but perhaps they could have said it better.

Which leads us to

Question: "In Bali-Bali, what does infinity equal to?"

Answer: "Ten."










6 comments:

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  2. i love it that u 'r so buff'. hehehe. also read that in your (old) post about your trip to casaroro and to the japanese shrine.

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  3. Insider joke to? Wala lagi ko kasabot:

    Question: "In Bali-Bali, what does infinity equal to?"

    Answer: "Ten."

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  4. Ten was the number of people they let use the pool at any one time.

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  5. hahaha...love the new mathematical equation infinity = 10;

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  6. How about this? "In Bali-Bali wht does ur mathematical equation of proportion for 50 is to 10?

    Ans: Equal proportion
    50:10 = infinity

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