West Plaza Desekel

Address: PO Box. 280, Koror, 96940 , Palau | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box. 280, Koror, is near Dolphins Pacific, Belau National Museum, Etpison Museum, and Island Bicycle Rental.
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      Travel Blogs from Koror

      Change of Plans

      A travel blog entry by robertandkevin on Apr 11, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... beer in the cooler we head off. Owner of the tour company: "Sir, are you planning on driving after you have been drinking"...um, yep but he is first.. and we proceed on...classic. It was clear quickly that car #1 could not keep up and got lost a couple of times as well as being slow. These vehicles had big ball engines, full 4 wheel off road set up and were designed to go balls out but complications with the group caused a much needed change that put ...

      Gina's Big Adventure in Palau

      A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld on Oct 31, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... screeching like a little girl as they brushed against me, but then you get used to it and relax. By the time we left, I was petting them, holding them, inspecting them. I decided that they look like a moving portobello mushroom at one end and the other end looks like a cauliflower stalk with white raspberries growing in a clump like cauliflower. That's the best I can do. It was incredible!!

      Then last night Sylvia Earl the world renown ...

      Mud and mayhem

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 09, 2013

      10 photos

      ... appeared to enjoy being buried. While rinsing of the sand I’d collected while helping to dig the hole, I had my own fish attack experience. One second I’m thinking that the water is lovely and wondering what I might have for dinner and the next a school of little silver bait fish are jumping out of the water and hitting me. Something had scared the school and I was in the way of their escape route. While not a pleasant experience, the fish left no marks ...

      Will we need our reef hooks?

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 04, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... current. Following our guide’s instructions we quickly descended and started drifting along the wall toward Blue Corner.

      As we got closer to the site we crossed over the top of reef, were given the sign to get our hooks ready and started to kick against the current towards the deep blue sea.

      The process of hooking on to the reef is fairly simple – attach one end to you, hook the other end on to a piece of ...

      Speechless... in so many ways

      A travel blog entry by tinayoung on Nov 23, 2012

      85 photos

      ... 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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