Airai Water Paradise Hotel & Spa

PO Box 8067, Koror, 96940, Palau | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Koror

KAPOW!! WE'RE IN PALAU

A travel blog entry by mek1

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PALAU, FEBRUARY 19, 2014

For the last two days we have been sailing from Papua New Guinea to Palau. The seas have been fairly calm but with large swells. I have not been seasick though, for which I an extremely grateful. We have been having a wonderful time, going to a cooking class given by chef David, playing trivia (which Dennis excels at) and reading.

Today we came into Palau. The fog horn sounding on ...

Mud and mayhem

A travel blog entry by ginapeach

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... also in the channel, so it was hard to see anything other than shadows. Back at dock we unpacked and washed our gear, had a final dive drink, a group photo and then headed back to the hotel before heading out to dinner at the Mexican themed Kramer’s – quite tasty and very filling. As we were leaving, there appeared to be a miscommunication with one of the bills, in the sense of the people involved forgetting to paid it before they left. It was ...

Will we need our reef hooks?

A travel blog entry by ginapeach

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... be seen feeding of the reef at high tide. We initially started drifting to the left of the boat but found that after about 10 minutes this was not the way to go and turned around. I think the current may have been going the wrong way or something. The remainder of the dive was spent finding turtles, the occasional shark and lots of pretty fish. At one point there was a reef shark resting on the reef, a turtle doing the same and a lion fish ...

Welcome to Palau

A travel blog entry by ginapeach

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... about 45 minutes, we surfaced and got back on the boat. Everyone seemed happy with the dive and excited to see the turtles. After de-kiting, we headed off to find somewhere for us to eat our bento boxes (which consisted of meat, rice, noodles, pickled vegetables and a chocolate covered marshmallow.

The beach where we had lunch had white sand, blue water, coconut trees and a couple of resident chickens. After lunch on ...

Pristine Palau - Jewel of the Pacific

A travel blog entry by studoo

... serving Japanese tourists

       

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