Jellyfish Lake

When Av was about eight years old, he was swimming in the Gulf of Mexico on a trip with both sets of grandparents. He saw what looked like a baseball floating in the water and reached out to grab it.

Jellyfish.

Huge mistake.

Av’s dad took a trip to Palau this year and I was expecting another batch of ‘wow’ photographs:

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The boys think it is so neat to have an adventurous Papa:
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…but like so many of his scuba trips he’s taken (a la, not sure exactly where Truk Lagoon, Micronesia is without Google) I hadn’t realized where exactly he was going. Palau is home to ‘Jellyfish Lake’ which I’ve seen on National Geographic — the saltwater lake in which jellyfish have lost their sting. Could not believe he was in one of my dream places!

Jellyfish Lake, Palau

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