West Plaza Desekel

Address: PO Box. 280, Koror, 96940-0280, Palau | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box. 280, Koror, is near Belau National Museum, Dolphins Pacific, Etpison Museum, and Island Bicycle Rental.
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        Travel Blogs from Koror

        New videos posted finally !

        A travel blog entry by robertandkevin on Apr 10, 2014

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        or simply go to my landing page which has all of the videos:

        One last video, story & pictures are in the works, from our time in Palau -- will have out to you shortly.


        Robert & ...

        Living fossils and torches

        A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 08, 2013

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... of the chambers, pop up to have a look at the stalactites and other rock formations, then go back down and swim to the next chamber. Once you reach the fourth chamber, you turn off your torch and follow the light back to the entrance. It was very pretty and everyone had a lovely time checking out the cave. At the exit to the cave we saw our first Mandarin Fish, but more on them later.

        As the intention was to do a night dive at dusk (which was a good 4 hours away) ...

        Welcome to Palau

        A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 02, 2013

        3 photos

        ... paper work, handing over the cash for the Rock Islands Permit we all needed to be able to go diving and putting our dive gear into our personally named dive crates.

        After a quick check that our equipment was in working order, we left the docks at Sam’s and started our 45 minute journey through the Rock Islands towards our first dive site - Fairyland.

        Although the day was overcast and threatening ...

        Speechless... in so many ways

        A travel blog entry by tinayoung on Nov 23, 2012

        85 photos

        ... 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 and bones.  But not only were the sharks ...

        Pristine Palau - Jewel of the Pacific

        A travel blog entry by studoo on Jun 19, 2012

        ... part comes from the fact that we were able to kayak over a couple of very interesting World war -II wrecks. The first one was a japanese fighter boat and the second an American bomber - both sunken in shallow waters such that you can easily look at every part of the crashed boat/plane even with not enough lighting.. Was a bit creepy esp. since we saw it in the dark with not a single soul around! Definitely goes into my adventure ...

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