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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?
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 ...
... of. What was supposed to be a 3 day easy to win battle turned out to be a three month blood bath. There are several key military sites on the island. Bloody Nose Ridge was home of a Japanese 30mm machine gun that covered the airfield. Orange and White Beaches was where the Americans originally landed thinking that they could take the airfield with relative ease and the hospital/1000 man cave was where 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 ...