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... from the ship and along the way was a wrecked ship half out of the water on the reef.
Palau is part of the Caroline Islands. Their early history is unknown but their people are believed to be related to the Malays of Indonesia, the Melanesians of PNG and the Polynesians. In 1783 a British vessel shipwrecked on a reef and the natives helped the English rebuild their ship. There are over 300 islands that make ...
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 ...
... Next stop, Jellyfish Lake. To get to the Jellyfish Lake, you must hike through the woods over a hill. Emma explained that we were lucky that they just finished building the steps that lead to the jellyfish lake, otherwise the short (and steep) walk would have been a little dangerous. When we first came across the lake, I was unimpressed. It looked like a normal lake. But, knowing that the creatures were in there and that ...
... any case, it was a great night hanging out with a bunch of staff from the resort who were unwinding after a hard day.. I became so popular at the resort, the next day everyone at the property was greeting me and asking me about where the party was tonight! :-)