Sea Passion

P.O. Box 10068, Koror, Palau | Hotel
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Palau Mar 15, 2014

A travel blog entry by scuba_steve_kim on Mar 15, 2014

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Scuba_steve_kim stayed here on Mar 15, 2014 during their trip titled: Steve & Kim Scuba Diving .


A travel blog entry by mek1


... from the ship and along the way was a wrecked ship half out of the water on the reef.

Palau is part of the Caroline Islands. Their early history is unknown but their people are believed to be related to the Malays of Indonesia, the Melanesians of PNG and the Polynesians. In 1783 a British vessel shipwrecked on a reef and the natives helped the English rebuild their ship. There are over 300 islands that make ...

Mud and mayhem

A travel blog entry by ginapeach


... and meant that our tour guide had to go and pay it for them. To say that we were less than impressed by the whole situation is an understatement and I’m sure it’ll be the talk at breakfast tomorrow. Fact of the day: Betel nut (gives a similar effect as Kava I’ve been told) is stuffed with powdered lime, tobacco and mustard leaf, then chewed. It is supposed to make you feel strong and unstoppable; however in return it can cause mouth ulcers and turns your teeth ...

Will we need our reef hooks?

A travel blog entry by ginapeach


... 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 ...

Speechless... in so many ways

A travel blog entry by tinayoung


... the water.

Little did I realize that the next stop was Shark Alley, where the sharks are protected and the tourists come to watch feedings in the wild. The bait? Leftover bones from our BBQ. The guide, Chi, dives down in one breath with a bag of leftover bones that they collected from our lunch boxes and dumped it in the water to attract the sharks. He goes up for air as the sharks circle around us, going after the meat ...

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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 10068, Koror, is near Dolphins Pacific, Belau National Museum, Etpison Museum, and Island Bicycle Rental.
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