天気: 晴 行事: パラオのコロール
Weather: Sunny Plan: Koror, Palau
Today we took our first Kayak Tour. We saw some really pretty coral. We don't have diving licenses, so we can't go diving, but we can snorkel without a license, so we did that. I can't believe the color of the pure blue ocean here. Signe's waterproof case for her camera worked great, so she took a lot of underwater pictures. Signe also did a 15ft (about 5m) cliff jump!
Today was the second Kayak Tour. This tour company's name is "Sam's Tours." Our guide is the same as yesterday. His name is Jake. Jake knows a lot about the "Rock Islands." He taught us about the creatures in the sea and the history of Palau. We saw a lot more colorful fish today too. Though, the waves were stronger than yesterday, so moving the kayak was tough. Tonight we moved hotels. This hotel is LEVEL UP! from the last hotel! :)
Today we did our third Kayak Tour. We went to Palau's most famous spot. It's called "Jellyfish Lake." It's a lake with many thousands of jellyfish in it. Since these jellyfish aren't dangerous, Signe and I got to swim with the jellyfish! The reason for this is that for hundreds of years this lake has not contained any natural enemies of the jellyfish, so they forgot how to sting. So, they don't sting at all. Signe took a ton of pictures. In our 3 days of tours, we went to many interesting and amazing places and met a lot of fun people. We hear the news about the tsunami in asia. Signe has some coworkers vacationing in Tailand, so we are a little worried about them.
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