Old Comments:

2008-08-02 05:19:57
or flying mantas comin atcha
2008-08-02 03:40:12
The sea can be nice, but in a pool you don't have to worry about sharks, sting rays, jellyfish, broken bottles, rip currents, or fecal coliform bacteria.
2008-08-02 01:20:48
Actually, I wonder why it was built at all. The ocean, right next door, seems more appealing.
2008-08-02 00:57:34
Anyone here think this could be built strictly by using alternative sources of fuel? Wind power maybe? Solar? Those are good small time sources of fuel but it took oil to build that pool. I'm not criticizing that. I'm just wanting to hear equal outcry against Chile's President Michelle Jeria for being an evil oil abuser like many people say Bush is. Equal bashing, right? :D
2008-08-02 00:44:05
Acknowledged by the Guinness World Records as the world's largest swimming pool, the lagoon in San Alfonso del Mar resort, Algarrobo, Chile measures 1,013 metres (3,323 ft) in length, covers an area of eight hectares (20 acres), contains 250,000 cubic meters of water and is navigable in small boats