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... was actually to have been our quick stop over before heading to Pelilieu...oh well. I have never seen a place with no elevator but only a baggage one, either way, the shower was warm and AC cold plus we were long for the day/night anyway. We took off and hung out at old haunts and said our goodbyes during the day and karaoke boy hitting it hard during the night...I still cannot stand the stuff but it did make for comedy so all was good. Palau was fun and ...
... 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...
Over the last couple of nights we’ve had torrential downpours that while they only last for an hour or so seem like some had decided to tip a bucket full of water over the hotel. While the rain is nice because it is usual accompanied by a cooling breeze, it makes the next morning very muggy and not so pleasant.
Fact of the day: Approximate 400 people visit the Jellyfish Lake on a typical day according to the people manning the entry ...
... lunch and do some snorkelling.
During lunch someone commented that the little beach and cove we were sitting in reminded them of the survivor island.
Some of the group went snorkelling after lunch and someone had a less than positive encounter with an upset triggerfish that kept attacking their camera. Thankfully they didn’t get bitten and both fish and human survived to fight another day.
Next stop was Blue Holes – one again a popular ...
... 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 ...