Amid a flume of hot mist you exit the sauna and head for the
pool, the strains of a full days golf or a week at work leave you
behind. The kids wave from the water-slide hell-bent on creating
the biggest splash ever as they re-enter the pool. 'So much for a
peaceful swim,' you think.
Mum reclines pool-side engrossed in the latest paparazzi exposé.
On the other side of the pool, the pummel and pound of running
machines and the clatter on weights can do little to disturb your
relaxation. After the third successive soaking you ponder whether
you could take to the slide to wreak your own revenge, but think
better of it at your age, choosing to cling to the pool's edge and
gaze wistfully at the breathtaking view of the loch before you.