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Guess where in Palau would you find this place?

August 5, 2011

Guess where in Palau
would you find this place?

Another fisherman’s bliss, this place is known for its strong winds and high surf. One could find it by traveling to the outskirts of town.

Will the fish still be plentiful?

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Guess where in Palau would you find this place?

August 4, 2011

Guess where in Palau
would you find this place?

Guess where?

A famous fishing ground for most, this island could be called

the forgotten Isle.

One would ignore its presence but it is situated near

 a once famous hideaway where romance stole the nights.

Will the fish still be plentiful?

Guess where in Palau would you find this place?

August 2, 2011

Guess where in Palau
would you find this place?

Guess where?

A fishing ground for cast-masters, this area creates a cloud of

salt water mists as waves crash on to

the limestone walls.

Will the fish still be plentiful?

Guess where in Palau would you find this place?

July 31, 2011

Guess where in Palau
would you find this place?

Guess where?

Palau rock islands are always pleasing to the

eyes at sunset, it becomes its own disco lights. 

Will the fishes dance the night away?

Guess where in Palau would you find this place?

July 31, 2011

Guess where in Palau
would you find this place?

Do you know the Village?

This village is home to a guy who was made famous
by a Palauan song for his fishing tactics. 

Will the fish still be plentiful?

Guess where in Palau would you find this place?

July 31, 2011

Guess where in Palau
would you find this place?


Famous fishing grounds for most,

this area is also known for strong currents

that feed monstrous ocean waves.   It’s also home to the

Rosy Red Snappers that fishermen often seek.

Will the fish still be plentiful?

Guess where in Palau would you find this place?

July 31, 2011

Guess where in Palau
would you find this place?

Where is this?

As the wind blows, this wall of rocks helps to calm strong waves
as fishing boats load and unload.

Will the fish still be plentiful?


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