Kelly goes snorkelling with jellyfish.
19:30 AEST Thu Nov 22 2012
The Republic of Palau is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean 800 kilometres east of the Philippines.
Kelly’s first visit made a lasting impression, and like most visitors, she spent much of her time underwater as Palau has some of the world’s most spectacular diving and snorkelling sites. There are coral reefs, shipwrecks from WWII, caves, tunnels, blue holes and over sixty vertical drop-offs. Coral, fish and rare creatures offer colour and amazement. There are clams weighing a quarter of a ton and a lake filled with 21 million stingless jellyfish!