Day five was spent kayaking and snorkeling the rock islands, specifically Nikko Bay. We got on the boat around 8am and didn’t get back to the dock until 4:30(?)pm. About 7 1/2 under the hot, hot sun. Not too into kayaking with a decent sized group. Kayaking is very touristy? No offense. But when you’re in Kauai, you kayak. When you’re in Fiji, you kayak. And when you’re in Palau, you kayak. The scenery was gorgeous. The snorkeling was nuts. So, I’d say it was definitely worth it.
WWII Japanese canon.
Trevor and a little jelly :)
These jellies sting. Although I really wanted to hold it.
Japanese fighter plane.
LOOONG day. And maybe the best part about it was dinner. I’m being serious. We had dinner at The Taj (an indian restaurant). If Palau wasn’t known for their diving, they’d be known for their food. So. Freaking. Tasty. Local beer (Red Rooster). Nan (Garlic and Plain). Chicken (Butter and Curry). And dessert (Gully Jamun – balls of thickened milk, served in a sweet scented syrup). I still daydream about it.. Mmm.