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Our last video of this trip was just posted to Vimeo. It's an 8 minute production including both the ATV adventure as well as Scuba Diving & Jellyfish Lake in Palau. Here is the link:
Robert & ...
... of fish, saw a turtle peaking out of the coral and then swim off. And of course some more reef sharks. We hooked into the reef at Shais corner and just hung around watching the world float by. Just another great day at the office!
And for those of you that remember the original Survivor- it was filmed here. We ate lunch on the Island- do you recognize the beach?
... big teeth. There were one or two who made an attempt to shoo us away but they then decided against actually biting anyone. Everyone made it through Triggerfish Alley bite free; however some of the other divers are now very much anti Triggerfish. I personally think they are great fish and as long as you do annoy them too much they don’t usually cause any trouble.
Last dive for day was about 10 minutes from the dock. Sometime during the war ...
... lunch and do some snorkelling.
During lunch someone commented that the little beach and cove we were sitting in reminded them of the survivor island.
Some of the group went snorkelling after lunch and someone had a less than positive encounter with an upset triggerfish that kept attacking their camera. Thankfully they didn’t get bitten and both fish and human survived to fight another day.
Next stop was Blue Holes – one again a popular ...
... 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