West Plaza Downtown

Address: PO Box. 280, Koror, 96940 , Palau | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box. 280, Koror, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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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

      ... in their vehicle allowing us freedom by moving to the back of the pack and hitting the trails at full force. So, we would let the group get ahead and then hit these huge mud and water trenches at speed. Rob as we all know is a bit more conservative so when we switched spots...it was now on like donkey kong...yes, I did feel at some points like this could all go very wrong, but we did survive. Note that when we hit these trenches filled with mud ...

      Gina's Big Adventure in Palau

      A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld on Oct 31, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... did another presentation. One of the highlights of this segment of the trip has been Sylvia Earl. She gave a presentation on the plane on the way over and then again last night. I am going to write a separate entry on her view of the oceans. It is eye-opening. She is so brilliant and articulate and humble.

      After the presentation, we had dinner under this tent on the beach because it was still raining. We had local dancing and entertainment. Many ...

      Mud and mayhem

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 09, 2013

      10 photos

      ... I only have the memory of my girly shrieks as fish after fish hit me and the giggles from other trip attendees. At German Channel we tried our luck to see Manta Rays one last time and Marvin decided he would be brave and go for a dive. One or two Manta Rays made an appearance towards the end of the dive and a couple of the group got some really good up close videos of the Rays while they were feeding. Unfortunately the water was quite murky and there were quite a few ...

      Will we need our reef hooks?

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 04, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... sturdy part of the reef (don’t worry living coral is not in this category), then let go and hope that the hook sticks as you fly like a kite against the current while the exciting creatures do their thing out in front of you.

      We ended up spending a quite a bit of time hanging off the edge watching the various sharks, barracuda and other large fish swim by. While there was some slippage of hooks no one got swept away by the ...

      Speechless... in so many ways

      A travel blog entry by tinayoung on Nov 23, 2012

      85 photos

      ... all types of fish appeared from nowhere and they swarmed around the food.  About ten minutes later, the guide, Chi, dives down with a bag of raw meat.  He holds it till he's a good distance underwater and then lets the meat and blood out, then leaves for air.  Seeing the blood dissipate in the ocean is unsettling.  Another thing you should notice is the baitball at the bottom of the ocean floor... at first it looked like a ...