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Travel Blogs from Pohnpei
... Jaw (from biting down so ************g on her mouthpiece- presumably in case I tried to share air again), and Flipper Foot (although to be fair this ankle tendon injury really happened in Palau when swimming against the strong current). It’s a good thing her attack fish didn’t have teeth or she might not have gone down again.
And speaking of fish teeth, our next dive was shark overload. They were in front, behind, above, and below us- these rows ...
... full day. I pretty much decide to just chill on my one full day here. Whatever I could accomplish with a $100 rental car on a Sunday in Guam I should be able to accomplish several times over down the road in Pohnpei, FSM. But If I were a younger man…
I approach all my travels as if I were looking for a place to live, not tour. That means buying groceries and doing laundry. So that’s what I do on my Sunday in Guam, only $2.50 ...
... to 5 hours gas remaining which makes me feel good. I'll attempt some pictures tomorrow but this connection is a bit flaky. More to come.
April 18, 2010
Two days on Pohnpei and we have decided that this is what a south Pacific Island is suppose to be like. Yesterday we rented a car and drove around the island. It is a big jungle. There is a wet side and a not quite as wet side, with beautiful mountains and some incredible rocky ...
24/05: 1,5h flight to Yap, where we arrive at 20h. Topless girls put flowers in our hair: no kidding! A little truck is driving up and down the runway to collect our luggage and dump it on a bench. It is brewing hot; no air coming in. It takes forever: card board boxes, giant cool boxes: it all made its way to Micronesia! Finally we get our luggage and we are picked up and brought to our hotel. The receptionist gives us a form: print name and sign and gives us ...
... year which visit. Naturally, there was a lot of excitement from locals & passengers alike as we tied up alongside the pier of one of the 245 islands, Weno. During WW11, Chuuk Lagoon became the most important central Pacific base for the Japanese. The lagoon was thought to be so impenetrable, it was called the "Gibraltar of the Pacific". The lagoon was sheltered & only had a few passageways. Unfortunately for the ...