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Philippines, Ozamiz City, Bethany Resort Hotel, Swimming Pool
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This is the swimming pool of the Bethany Resort Hotel at Ozamiz City, Mindanao Island, Philippines.  This was taken on April 29, 2012.  It was a very hot and humid day; thus the hotel was full to capacity.

Copyright: Jan Maglasang
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