I have this sort of undiagnosed memory loss. My memory is really bad at times that I forget things in a matter of minutes. And you bet it drives me nuts sometimes. I know I am holding something before doing another thing then it will take me minutes to finally figure where I left the thing I was holding prior to doing the other activity. Crazy, I know. And I blame it to the epidural I got from birthing to my first born. But despite all that, I am thankful that the memory about the times I experience luxury living in country clubs is still intact.
My first ever visit to a country club was in my late childhood. We grew up spending our Saturday afternoons at the church attending catechism. That way, we became really close to the nuns and aspiring nuns. After the consecration of one of our friend nuns, we were brought to Tagaytay Highlands. And I was in awe! I rode a cable car for the first time in my life! It was a brief visit but loaded with a few firsts.
My second visit was when the team I was working for as an OJT had their teambuilding, also in Tagaytay Highlands. This time, we spent three days and two nights there (if my memory serves right). The villas were really amazing! There were lots of huge spaces you can use for various activities. We jogged on our second day and learned tai-chi in one of their open areas before proceeding to our teambuilding activities. And the weather was really great being surrounded by a lot of trees! We rode the cable car again. We saw the beautiful and magnificent swimming pools but did not take a dip because of the cold weather. The food was also great and so is the over-all service of the crews. And the exclusivity of the place makes you feel really different – important.
When you pay for membership of such places like Palm Beach Country Clubs, you will surely get your money’s worth with every visit.
Have you ever visited a country club before? How was your experience?
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