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    Palauís Jellyfish Lake

    Palauís Jellyfish Lake

    The second best part of my stay in Palau was a visit to the Jellyfish Lake. The sign and pics say it all. Bit about the joint on Wikipedia here - Jellyfish Lake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia




    ^ My shadow amongst a shedload of jellyfish


    ^ Getting closer to the suckers


    ^ Bloody amazing critters

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    Wayne Kerr. Sums it up quite nicely don't ya think?

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    Thanks for sharing once again. It's as close as many of us will ever come to experiencing these places. Alas, there's always hope.

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    Palau's Nightlife

    Palau's Nightlife

    After 3 weeks on the road my favourite part of Palau was it's lively nightlife. I was shocked that most of the bars were full of ladies in rather revealing frocks. Those of you that know me know that I don't visit such establishments often but found these quite refreshing. One of my favourites is the "Blindfold Bar" where you are blindfolded on entry and asked to feel who you want to share a drink with (an interesting concept indeed). Another good one was the "No Spitting Bar" but I was off my face by the time I went there and it is all a bit of a blur.


    ^ Yours truly in the Blindfold Bar


    ^ Yours truly looking a little worse for wear in the No Spitting Bar

    Anyway over and out from Micronesia

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    I'll take the the one far left in the blue!


    Another stunner of a thread, cheers Wayne!

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    The lady next to you in green is very pleasing on the eye, as is the one in blue on the far left.

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    Bloody brilliant Wayne

    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke
    I'll take the the one far left in the blue!
    I thought you were married

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    Brilliant, thanks for the effort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astasinim View Post
    The lady next to you in green is very pleasing on the eye, as is the one in blue on the far left.
    Yes, my thoughts exactly. those 2 forming a babyoil sandwich would be quite passable.

    Great thread ya jammy bastard.

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    Great thread and pics.

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    Continued brilliance, Wayne!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke View Post
    I'll take the the one far left in the blue!


    Another stunner of a thread, cheers Wayne!
    ....or the one in green next to Wayne!

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    ^ Thanks RS and I agree, the one in green with the black jeans was the pick of the bunch

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    Stunning!! With scenery like that, who could choose favourites? Many thanks.

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    Great stuff Wayne - can only guess at the fishing possibilities along some of those reefs ! Hmmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Kerr View Post
    I was off my face by the time I went there


    Your right about that mate, your face has really fallen off.
    Great trip and photos Wayne, for an Old git sitting with his cheap beer in Issarn it provokes some jealousy.
    I console my self with the thought,
    "he probably doesn't do well with the women"

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    spot on mate, more !!

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    Nice thread Wayne. Are you sure those sheilas are LB's?

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    Wayne. Seeing the giant clams reminds me of a dish that was usually served at buffets in Fiji. Raw chopped clams? in coconut milk with diced tomatoes and other spices.. absolutely one of the great dishes of the world but for the life of me cannot remember the name or how to make it. T'was a long time ago for sure, 1970. It was typically served in one of those giant clam shells.

    Any idea?

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    ^ Yep know it mate, seems most of the islands have their own style using all sorts of seafood. I think in Fiji it is known as Kokoda. Does this look about right less the clam - Fijian Kokoda (raw Fish Salad) Recipe - Taste.com.au ?

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    Took me the better part of 2 hours to download those pics on this slow bladdy dial-up where i'm staying now. Worth every second.

    Great stuff Wayne.

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    Thanks kindly, Wayne. Did Saipan twice from Tokyo, but never got a chance to see the real stuff. Love the hibiscus and (is that a type of bird of paradise?) in post 5. Hmmm, mebbe I can escape there. What is the internet and communication tech like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Kerr View Post
    ^ Yep know it mate, seems most of the islands have their own style using all sorts of seafood. I think in Fiji it is known as Kokoda. Does this look about right less the clam - Fijian Kokoda (raw Fish Salad) Recipe - Taste.com.au ?
    Yep that's the one.. Many thanks for the link. Really appreciate your efforts on these threads on your "WORK" habitats... lol very well done.

    Next time your in Bangers, beers on me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Kerr View Post
    ^ Yep know it mate, seems most of the islands have their own style using all sorts of seafood. I think in Fiji it is known as Kokoda. Does this look about right less the clam - Fijian Kokoda (raw Fish Salad) Recipe - Taste.com.au ?
    This technique can be common throughout the Pacific communities. Substitute yellow fin or Pacific red snapper marinated in fermenting coconut cream, lime juice, and assorted vegetable matter.

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    ^ Also in the Caribbean/ Sth America. Ceviche'. Lovely.

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