Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Man-made Hot Spring


This is a man-made hot spring in Green Mubazzarah. Tourists and visitors enjoy soaking their feet in the hot flowing water from the hot spring. I must say that this is one of the best areas in Green Mubazzarah park.








Taken last April 2009 with 2 megapixel phone camera. I thought of including this shot just to give you an idea on how we enjoyed soaking our feet in this hot flowing water from the man-made hot spring.

Edwin, my brother Gab, my son Joel, Darwin and some tourists enjoying the hot spring

Am linking this post to Watery Wednesday hosted by 2sweetnsaxy (thanks to you).



Word of the day: har is the arabic term for hot. Salaam to all!

More Green Mubazzarah photos tomorrow and the day after tomorrow.

16 comments:

  1. I really enjoyed this post! The flowing water looks so relaxing. My favorite picture is the last one with everyone soaking their feet!

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  2. Love your shots, Misalyn! And, like Diane, my favorite is the last one, too! Looks like a fun day! Enjoy! and have a great day!

    Sylvia

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  3. Great photos, Misalyn! I too like the last photo of everyone soaking their feet.

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  4. Totally nifty shots! I can imagine this and looks so inviting! So different from my rock! Terrific family shot too- all great captures Misalyn! I still can't get over those Arabic cushions!! (lol)..just love the lighting and soft colors! Regards,
    Regina-

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  5. Guess I wouldn't just want to put only my feet!

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  6. It must be a cooling place out in the desert. Everybody seems to enjoy dipping their feet in the water.

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  7. Hi Sis! ganda naman talaga dyan...parang gusto ko mamasyal dyan.. hehe

    BTW i'm sharing an award to you.. drop by at my blog soon..

    c yah!

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  8. What a joy during the middle of the night. Thank you very much.
    Please have a nice Thursday.

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  9. Beautiful photos! Looks like a very relaxing place to stop and rest awhile.

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  10. What a lovely place to relax. Hot springs are renowned for their healing qualities. Thanks for sharing, Misalyn. And THANKS for the word of the day! (((Hug))) Jo

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  11. So unusual! Very attractive too and I like it. It's perfect for tourists who've just spent the entire day walking.

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  12. ang gaganda ng entry mo sis...i missed Watery Wednesday this week..

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  13. that's a nice family outing!:p love your watery shots!

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