We got up early to go snorkeling, but just as we were actually leaving John (a former PATS student that we met yesterday) drives up and insists on taking us on a mini tour - unfortunately, exactly repeating the only things we've already seen, but everyone is too polite to tell him. Finally back at the house just before noon. We eat a quick lunch, then go down to the dock to snorkel - which turned out to be pretty disappointing. With our last remaining hours on the island we walked to the southern end of the island to check out some new beaches. They beaches were pretty nice, but not as interesting as Red beach yesterday. We beach combed until we were out of time and rushed back to the house to make the plane. The ride back to Koror was fantastic - the Pilot gave us an amazing show - most of the flight back was between 200-300 feet. We circled a manta ray, he showed us the remains of a Japanese zero, we buzzed one of the local live aboard dive boats and saw the beautiful Rock Islands from up close. Back in Koror in was raining. When we got back to the Jesuit house, we sat down and planned out the next three days. Stacy and I are going to camp / dive. Sue is just going to dive the first day then visit with friends. I called the dive shop, Stacy made a shopping list, and then we all went shopping. After diner we waited for the pouring rain to stop, then went to the internet cafe. Before bed I finished packing for camping.