Mother & Child Stone
Belau National Museum
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Lonely Planet review
The village of Ngermid is home to the Mother & Child Stone, apparently the Lot-like remains of a mum and kid who were turned to stone after the mother took a forbidden peek inside the village men's house.
The defunct Hotel Nikko Palau used to be in operation around here; some say it closed down after guests began to see the ghosts of Japanese soldiers killed in WWII.