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Journey to Palau - Review of Palau Carolines Resorts, Koror, Palau
At the beginning of our 3-week journey to Palau we spent 3 overnight stays in Aliiibamou/Carolines. When we were in the foyer we were welcomed by the kind and supportive employees who gave us a fast overview, responded to our queries and brought our diving equipment up the stairs to our room.
It was a room that was traditionally light and roomy enough for our large diving equipment and daypacks. There was a small jug of running cold every single morning, but not nearly enough for both of us. It was a little tattered, battered and used, but neat and with beautiful comforts.
There we had our breakfasts every mornings, served by very nice ladies. Spending a whole days discovering Koror and the museum to find out more about the islands, the local population and the cultural life, we found both very interesting.
The Carolines were the biggest and liveliest place on the islands and because we had been planning to dive on Carp and Peleliu, although it was a nice place, above all where we could take a break and unwind, and where we could get the inner watches out of the USA after 2 nights of flight time, so we were glad to move on.
Equipment & Equipment
Have an intimate stay at Aliiibamou Resorts - Carolines. Celebrate your own privately owned bungalows, based on Palau's centuries-old architectural style, with all the comfort that the discerning traveller expects. The Carolines adventure includes A/C, en-suite bathroom, satellite TV/VCR, minibar and much more. Carolines is the one-of-a-kind Palau residence.
Each of our "rooms" is a handmade privately owned cottage. Every chalet has its own terrace, so that you can admire the magnificent views and sundown. There are currently 8 privately owned chalets located on a remote hill overlooking the magnificent Pacific Sea.