F&B Palau Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Pacific. During this time the Japanese heavily fortified these islands as part of their plan of domination of the Pacific. Tunnels and caves were dug throughout the island. Many battles during WWII were fought here while the Americans tried to gain possession of these islands. Following Japans defeat in WWII, the Carolines, Marianas and Marshall Islands became United Nations Trust Territories under U.S. Administration. As ...
The four dives made it feel like a very long day and I think people were quite glad to get to bed (I know I was).
Tomorrow is our last day of diving, so here’s hoping we get to see an elusive hammerhead shark, something we’ve been keeping an eye out for as they do come to Palau but aren’t commonly seen where we’ve been diving.
Fact of the day: Nautiluses like to eat chicken or at least that’s what they used to catch ...
... island, we boarded our boat and headed off into the blue yonder to dive either big or little drop off.
As the name would suggest, this particular site consists of a coral wall that drops from about 5m down to 40m+. After a minor malfunction with my regs, we headed off into the blue yonder and within about 5 minutes of descending we saw what was to be the first of many reef sharks.
As a part of our dive ...
... lake??? I put my snorkel gear on and patiently made my way towards the center of the lake, while Emma called out to us to follow her. Sure enough, my patience paid off: there they were, a dozen or so. A minute later, another dozen. Five minutes later I was in the sunniest part of the lake and was scared to move: they were everywhere and I feared I'd hurt them with my fins, so I crossed my ankles, swam dolphin style and ...
... and scurried down to jetway to be the last passenger to board the plane, right behind a father and his daughter, who I could tell from their boarding passes were also standby travelers. Whew! So glad to get out of MNL. The nonstop to GUM later tonight was also full and I was something crazy like #35 on the SA list.
I was given Economy Class Seat 25E, a middle seat on the Boeing 737-800. But a woman and her baby were sitting there and ...