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... waterfall to clean up the best we could. Of course, I get stuck with Tom the Asian woman driver who by the end was clearly not a fan cause I am yelling at him to be a man...hey, what can I say.
We left from there and hit the town for a long time checking things out. Tuesday was spent, well, hitting the town. We have gone through quite a few taxi drivers at this point and in all my travels have never been kicked out of a cab...but we ...
... he's bald and he has quite the hairy arms and she nudges me and says, (again, read with an accent) - "look his arms, he look like bear" - and then she laughs and then she says, "he should have hair from arm moved to head" and laughs again... I think I'm going to say something today because I cannot bear this for another few weeks. It's either cutting down the people or cutting down the trip or complaining about the food or the hotel or bragging about ...
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 ...
... text-decoration: none; vertical-align: baseline; ">One very ironical thing that was worth calling out was how i was actually downing can after can of very flavorful ASAHI "dry" beers while unlimited supply of BUD LIGHT's were flowing in the table next to me filled with japanese tourists