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Waterfall trip in Palau

Posted by admin On September - 20 - 2009

Jellyfish lake

Posted by admin On August - 19 - 2009

Jelly fish lake (Palauan: Ongeim’l Tketau) is simply amazing! I had heard about this extraordinary lake before – it’s unique on the world just in Palau. It is located on Eil Malk island in Palau’s Southern Lagoon between Koror and Peleliu. The lake is part of the rock islands and it is the only one of 70 lakes allowed to visit by tourists. Jelly fish lake is famous for snorkeling. You can’t scuba dive because the scuba gear could harm the sensitive jelly fish and at a depth of about 15m the lake becomes toxic through the hydrogen sulfide. To go there you need to buy a certain pass valid for 10 days and costs US$35. Mostly the visit is part of a dive trip anyway. After arriving at Eil Malk you will climb up the hill and then climb down again. It can be slippery especially if you wear flip flops. Then you change into your snorkel gear and you will be overwhelmed! After swimming towards the middle of the lake out of a sudden you will be surrounded of hundreds of mostly golden jelly fish. I free dove down just to enjoy to be in the center of all of them… Fells like in a fairy tale. So beautiful, so fragile. Be careful not to kick to hard with your fins – the jelly fish are easy harmed. That was one of the most amazing experiences I ever had what made me reverent towards the creation on earth. I had experiences one of the millions of wonders.

Jellyfish Lake

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Reaching the top (4600m) – Day No2

Posted by admin On June - 26 - 2009

Mayan Express tours to Cobà

Posted by admin On December - 3 - 2008
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Good bye Corona – hello Santa Monica!

Posted by admin On September - 16 - 2008

Lake Elsinore

Posted by admin On September - 8 - 2008

Why are squirrels that cheeky?

Posted by admin On August - 14 - 2008

The church of the Good Shepherd at Lake Tekapu

Posted by admin On November - 17 - 2006

Skydive in Queenstown

Posted by admin On November - 12 - 2006

My first skydive in Queenstown, New Zealand. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lake Taupo

Posted by admin On March - 8 - 2006

Today we had planed the Tongariro Crossing but unfortunately since yesterday the weather is changing. It’s a dark sky and it rains sometimes. And Tongariro Crossing means a walk about 17km through the Tongariro National Park. Must be nice but not in rain. So we decide to go home, back to Auckland. On the way we stopped when we saw something nice. And first we found the Tongariro National Trout Centre. Here you can explore everything about fish and fishing – and you can feed the trout. Later we took some pictures of the amazing countryside we saw…

Tongariro National Trout Centre

I think in New Zealand they like to breed deer. Saw many of them…

On the way home we passed Lake Taupo the biggest freshwater lake in New Zealand. Some even say it is the biggest lake in the southern hemisphere. Here you can find the typical black swans.

Lake Taupo

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