Carp Island Resort
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... in their vehicle allowing us freedom by moving to the back of the pack and hitting the trails at full force. So, we would let the group get ahead and then hit these huge mud and water trenches at speed. Rob as we all know is a bit more conservative so when we switched spots...it was now on like donkey kong...yes, I did feel at some points like this could all go very wrong, but we did survive. Note that when we hit these trenches filled with mud ...
... did another presentation. One of the highlights of this segment of the trip has been Sylvia Earl. She gave a presentation on the plane on the way over and then again last night. I am going to write a separate entry on her view of the oceans. It is eye-opening. She is so brilliant and articulate and humble.
After the presentation, we had dinner under this tent on the beach because it was still raining. We had local dancing and entertainment. Many ...
... to some exploring. Inside the tunnel there were some large claims and the usual fish. When we had finished in the cavern we exited and floated along the reef wall with the current. As I was leaving the tunnel I saw a huge sea slug, I swear it was the size of my hand.
We had lunch on Ulong Island. Ulong was the site for the filming of Survivor Palau, so with this in mind and after we finished eating our bento boxes, we all set about creating ...
... a turtle poop. After this dive, the group split into two, with one group opting to stay on the boat and do a third dive, while the rest of us went on a land tour of the island. Peleliu was the scene for one of the more bloody battles of WW2 in the pacific. Originally held by the Japanese, Peleliu was home to a large airfield and as such seen by the Americans as both a threat as well as somewhere they needed to gain ...
Today the plan was to dive two of the more popular and thus crowded dive sites – German Channel and the Blue Holes. Yesterday while we were moving between sites, we had gone past the German Channel and noted that there were at least 8 or so dive boats on that particular site (that's about 70 divers).
Getting to the German Channel required another 45 minute boat ride through the Rock Islands and this time the sun was out and the water was shades of brilliant blue ...