The Fish and Rice Chronicles by PG Bryan
My Extraordinary Adventures in Palau and Micronesia

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"In 1960's Palau, life was raucous, laughable, and harrowing. I lived with a Palauan family in a decrepit old shack of plywood and cardboard which almost burned down. When my elusive heart throb finally led me to her room one night, I barely avoided coming under the knife. I could never have imagined I would find myself stranded one stormy night on
a reef infested with sea snakes; or find myself positioned in the middle of a riot between locals and the US Coast Guard. But whether diving with Life MagazineÊs Stan Wayman, fending
off sharks for underwater photographer Doug Faulkner, fishing with Lee Marvin, or searching for starfish, it was mostly all good."

About PG Bryan

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Published August 4, 2011 by Xlibris. 337 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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