“Anvaya” means “family” in the ancient Sanskrit language, a return to meaningful family traditions is at the core of everything at the Anvaya Cove Beach and Nature Club. Here, we offer families with interactive experiences with nature… in both land and water, all geared towards relaxation, recreation, and reflection.
The Pools of Anvaya will beguile you with its contemporary Asian design, artfully displayed rocks, and strategically positioned lounge chairs. The water fountains, playful jets and sprays in the kiddie pool area will surely bring squeals of delight from the young ones.
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There are few words an athlete wants to be called less than a quitter. Being labeled a cheat means your career will never be the same, but a quitter? That means you got to a point in a tournament and decided you’d had enough before it was over. Read more information at http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/golf-devil-ball-golf/the-pga-tour-has-a-serious-wd-problem-141432122.html
The Polo Club history dates back in the 1900s when a true lover of Polo arrived in the Philippines- Commissioner of Commerce and Police William Cameron Forbes.
When Forbes became the Governor General, the Philippines officially embraced Polo with the birth of the Manila Polo Club.
The Club was established in November 27, 1909 in Calle Real, Pasay. The original clubhouse was burned down and was rebuilt in 1950 where it currently stands.
Significantly in 1977, the Club assumed its PROPRIETARY classification and the club membership has evolved through the years. As the Polo Club family grows, its legacy continues…
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