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... its mandate the U.S. was to improve Palau's infrastructure and school system in order for it to become an independent nation. This finally came about in 1994. Its currency is the US dollar and English is its primary language.
We tendered ashore to a beautiful resort with white sand beaches and the most beautiful clear water. We took the shuttle into Koror. There Tom and I walked around exploring Koror and all ...
... from diving down and swimming among them. It was a little like swimming with pulsating aliens.
After about 40 minutes in the middle of the lake we headed back to shore and trekked back to the boat.
Today we were diving around Ulong Island. Our first dive was at Sears Tunnel. As the name suggests its tunnel with a large cavern. This was one of the darker tunnels/caves we’ve been in on this trip so we all pretty much ended up using ...
Today the plan was to dive two of the more popular and thus crowded dive sites – German Channel and the Blue Holes. Yesterday while we were moving between sites, we had gone past the German Channel and noted that there were at least 8 or so dive boats on that particular site (that's about 70 divers).
Getting to the German Channel required another 45 minute boat ride through the Rock Islands and this time the sun was out and the water was shades of brilliant blue ...
... align: baseline; ">For the first time, i cleared immigration and entered into a country, not even knowing what currency they use here.. This was starting to get way out of my comfort zone now. Nonetheless, this was not intentional as i really couldnt find enough literature on Palau through my usual websites or googling! That is how off teh beatne track this place was
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When a country takes the US dollar as its main currency that is a sure sign that it will be expensive, we made this unfortunate discovery in East Timor and Palau did not disappoint but what comes along with high prices is usually more choices. I enjoyed yoghurt that was organic with no additives, from grass feed and humanely treated California cows – it was delicious! We also tried some ...