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... the best of our time and know we made quite an impression. As we were leaving PPR, one of the bell guys gave us a warm send off and told us that the place would not be the same once we left...he said we really lifted up the hotel staff and would be missed...I would agree that we too will miss PPR and Palau. The grind continues as we head out on our 5am flight to Korea...why they have to fly at such crazy times is beyond me but it is what it is. We hope all is ...
... immunity idols. There was some stiff competition but two idols were deemed as winners by the tribe. Competition over we all hid our idols on the island for someone else to find.
Next dive of the day was the famous Ulong Channel. This is another of Palau’s strong drift dives and is best done on an incoming tide. As is the case with most drifts it is a case of floating around and letting the current do its thing, which is exactly what we ...
... yards away. He was small, maybe 3-4 feet from nose to tail, so I bravely tried to follow him to get some shots in. But he was swimming away from my group, so I stopped, surfaced to catch a breath, then turned back to my group... last thing I was to do is to be left behind! After this, we went to an island where a barbecue was prepared for us while we replenished the calories burned in the water. Little did I realize that the ...
... very nice area right in the middle of the jungle [which apparently didnt appeal to a lot of travellers on tripadvisor, as i am sure they are backpackers who wanted to be in the middle of all the action and avoid all transportation efforts!] and it felt like i was in paradise. Moving on, the next thing i look for are the amenities. The bathroom was very posh with UNLIMITED supplies of fine cosmetics and jet-packed-streaming hot shower - which ...
... parts (do they have eyes?), these have to be among the most unique critters on the planet. This alien infested lake was a big WOW.
On our last day in Palau we wanted to have another look around but above the waterline so we rented a 4x4 that looked to be the love child result of a golf cart mating with a Jeep Cherokee. We headed north of Koror to the big island of Malau and started using old Japanese mining and supply roads for no other reason than to get as ...