Carp Island Resort
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... to take a break or detox, we took it down a notch last night and actually got some sleep for a change...I swear the hotel staff was wondering if we were bionic but apparentley we are child's play compared to Russians...ok, next trip Russia I guess.
Our last day turned into a marathon as Rob and I decided since we had to leave at 3am for the airport, why bother sleeping. We moved from a 5 star hotel to a no star hotel which was somewhat ...
... get US citizenship. She was formerly a liaison between the US and Japanese governments. She is over 70 years old but she looks younger than me and she is so beautiful and brilliant. She and I are working together to raise the money for the Renew foundation. She and Vicki asked me to get up on the plane today and speak about Renew. Oh god, I'm becoming one of those fund raising old ladies... I just hope I look like Fish Taco when I'm 70...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... made up for the sad and gloomy coral cemetery. There were the typical tropical fish you'd expect, as well as a large school of eel-like fish (I believe they are needlefish). The fish swarmed around you, and at times I felt myself kicking hard, racing the little fish underwater in an imaginary race. Sometimes I think I won, but most of the time I lost by a long shot. The second site was a drop-off, where the ocean is deeper and ...