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    Default Natural Plunge Pool at CN

    Do people actually swim in it?

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    My husband did, and his toes got nibbled on by a crab....... lol

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    There are lots of fishies in there I cooled my feet in there a couple times but was not comfortable going all the way in. You will see what I mean when you get there.

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    Ya there have been a few that have made the plunge.

    Personally I just go there to feed the fish.

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    Good question. Is this the small pond/pool behind the nude beach area? In the 4 times we've been there, I have never seen anyone in it. It has always been in view from our room and nothing. I don't know if I understand why people would go in it when they have pools and the ocean. I hope someone explains this to me.

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    I'm not saying that it's never happened, but in 12 trips to CN, I have never seen anyone in the natural plunge pool.
    Pamela
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    Didn't see anyone in it when we were there in September. There was two ladders for entry and exit though.

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    I stuck my foot in and the fish were VERY interested.

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    Over the years I've seen a few people in it..it's not that big of a fresh water pool..I always feel sorry for the fish when "some" people are cannon balling in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkinmass View Post
    Over the years I've seen a few people in it..it's not that big of a fresh water pool..I always feel sorry for the fish when "some" people are cannon balling in it.
    I agree. It seems kinda wrong to be plunging our bodies in there with all those fish and other li'l creatures swimming around. It's probably like their version of experiencing a tsunami.
    Ron

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