Navigator Inn & Apartments
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... shops. Dennis was on a tour. We got a taxi to take us to the Aquarium which was small but very interesting. We saw the famous "stingless" jelly fish that inhabit the inland lake who through evolution have lost their ability to sting because they have no natural predators in this lake. We then had the driver take us to the Etpison Museum. This is a private museum that is really very good. They had many native canoes there ...
The intention was to head to Jellyfish Lake but as we were two divers down due to illness, we instead headed out to Virgin Blue Hole and German Channel (again).
Virgin Blue Hole is as the name suggests a hole in the reef with a cavern below it and a tunnel out to blue water. On this dive we encountered a huge triggerfish that appeared to be sleeping except is trigger was up which means it is a grumpy ...
... what we had seen on that dive and commenting 'oh how are we going to top that!’
Our day of diving complete, we settled into our spots on the boat for the return trip back through the Rock Islands. Once again the water was beyond blue and the islands themselves were lush and green.
We returned to Sam’s dock at about 4pm, fixed up our gear and headed back to the hotel for a shower, a drink or two and ...
After the day turned from Tuesday to Wednesday, the flight attendants came through with a midnight snack service – ham and cheese sandwich with a little noodle salad and “Chamorro Chip” cookies made in Guam. I had already eaten dinner at the airport, so I just ate the cookies.
As we approached ROR, an announcement was made that the entire right side of Economy Class would need to deplane to facilitate ...
... to the airport to go back to Manila.
I loved the guesthouse I stayed - cute room, nice view, quiet, and cheap - with one exception - Palau was experiencing extreme power outages the whole time I was there and when the power was out, the house was hot. The funniest thing that happened was one day I got back from a tour and was taking a shower. Just then the power went out so the water stopped too so I was stuck with a shampooed hairdo. ...