Palau 96940

I’m typing this at the Palau verision of the Peach Pit, across the street from Palau High (Go Palau Spiders!) For the third smallest country in the UN, Palau really has its act together. It is a smashingly beautiful place. It is clean. It is reasonably developed. They seem to realize where their bread is [...]

Six Month Anniversary

On Pohnpei, I at lunch on an uninhabited island in the lagoon. I had a warm bento lunch packed in banana leaf. This is my life… It has been six months to the day that I closed on my house and became a homeless wanderer. Since then I estimate, with the help of Google Earth, [...]

Bungle in the Jungle: Finale

Read Parts One and Two Sunday, July 29 On Sunday, I asked if there were any trails I could take to go see the cliffs. I think they were confused why I would want to go there, but they obliged. We took off across the lake again to go to the village. The same one [...]

First Impressions of Palau

This is probably one of the nicest places in the Pacific. Save for Guam, easily the most developed country in Micronesia. Night and day compared to Majuro. People here have houses not shanties. There is furniture in the houses. I could tell because they had electricity, which also says something There are businesses and shops [...]

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My name is Gary Arndt. In March 2007 I set out to travel around the world...
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