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Guam is a U.S. island territory in Micronesia, in the Western Pacific. It's distinguished by tropical beaches, Chamorro villages, and ancient latte-stone pillars.

Guam’s WWII significance is on view at the War in the Pacific National Historical Park, whose sites include Asan Beach, a former battlefield. The island’s Spanish colonial heritage is evident in Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledad, atop a bluff in Umatac.

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In 2019, we had the chance to visit Guam for a few days, and we had a great time! The people are warm and generous. The food was delicious! The beaches - breathtaking!

Places we visited:
• Little Pika's
• Chamorro Night Market
• Ben N' Yan's Filipino Restaurant
• Two Lovers' Point
• Inarajan Natural Pools

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Hilton Tumon Bay

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Tumon Bay, Guam is an island escape in the Pacific Ocean. Snorkel the pristine waters, try local cuisine and soak in the stunning landscape.

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GUAM | Beaches, Parks, and Landmarks | My favorite scenic spots on Guam!

If you're new to Guam or you may be moving to the island soon, here are my favorite and some of the most beautiful spots, beaches, parks, and landmarks!

00:00 Welcome!
01:28 Alupang Beach
02:31 Vietnam Conflict Memorial
03:03 Fort Soledad
03:49 Talofofo Bay
04:53 Bear Rock
05:31 Inarajan Pools
05:51 War in the Pacific National Historical Park/ Asan Beach Park
06:43 Latte of Freedom
07:58 Hilaan Mushroom Rocks
09:59 Two Lovers Point
11:09 Tumon Bay
11:34 Lotte Beach
12:42 Dungca's Beach/ Jimmy Dee's Beach

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GUAM | Things I Miss About Guam | If I could visit again, these would be the first things I do!

It's been about 9 or 10 months since I left my beautiful island home Guam, and now I'm definitely missing certain things that I can't get anywhere else. If you're a newcomer or you may be moving to the island soon, here are my top 8 things I miss about Guam!

1. Guam beaches! It is an understatement to say that Guam beaches are some of the most beautiful sites you'll ever experience. Not only are they gorgeous, but they're also so easy to get to! My favorite beach for fun, drinking, and sports was definitely Dungca's Beach next to the Jimmy Dee's bar in Tamuning. For quiet and calm scenery, I loved places like the Inarajan Pools, Lotte Beach, Alupang Drive, and so many more. These were perfect settings for meditation or a nice drive away from your busy lifestyle to just be one with nature.

2. My favorite dishes from certain restaurants! Granted you may be able to find dishes similar to these, but of course you can't get an exact match. Some favorites include the spicy tomato penne from Capricciosa, Manicotti and Fettuccine Alfredo from Vitale's, and the soups from Simply Food.

3. Fiesta plates! If you ever get invited to a village fiesta or family fiesta, you must go! You'll fall in love with all the local dishes prepared. Some of my favorite items are Chamoru BBQ, red rice, kelaguen, and pancit.

4. Coconut trees and flame trees! You know you're in a tropical paradise when there are coconut trees everywhere LOL! The more sentimental reason I miss coconut trees is because our dog Max loved playing with coconuts and husking them :(

5. Carabao Brewing's Coconut Porter! Living in Virginia now, yes I have access to so many breweries, but I have yet to find a dark beer that comes close to that awesome porter on Guam. However, that does make it more special because knowing that's the only place I can get that beer, it's just going to taste that much sweeter whenever I get to pay a visit back :)

6. My favorite bars! My favorite nightlife spots would have to be Horse and Cow, Old Traditions, and Porky's Bar. Horse and Cow has a great food and beer selection, but it also has a lot of fun elements for you active adults, like pool tables, a jukebox, video games, and beer pong tables. Old Traditions is located in the quieter side of Tumon, and it was our favorite spot to play darts, foosball, beer pong, and enjoy live music when they had it. It was also one of the very few places that allowed us to bring our dog Max with us, so that was pretty awesome! Porky's Bar in the busier part of Tumon was our go-to for live rock music, from 80's to acoustic, you name it. The positive vibe from everyone just having a great time, plus the awesome service from the friendly bartenders, made this an easy spot to have a fun night.

7. Rockit Ride! This rhythmic cycling studio was a huge part of my workout regimen. I would do 4-5 classes a week because I loved it so much! I haven't really looked around Virginia much to find a place like this, but I'm sure they got to be around here. More so, I'm so sad that I left when my sister started training to be an instructor and is now one of their main ones! I'd love to take her class if I get the chance to visit.

8. Snorkeling! I never knew how much I loved this until I couldn't get the same experience out here. Guam's waters are not only safe and warm, but they're also so clear, which means you can see exactly what you're jumping into LOL! Once you get in though, there are so many species of marine life--from jellyfish to turtles to black-tip sharks, you're always bound to see something whenever you go snorkeling on Guam. My favorite spots would have to be Fish Eye, Ague Cove, Gun Beach, and Gab Gab, but of course, there are so many other awesome snorkeling locations to discover!


GUAM | People, Weather, Military, Travel, Where to stay, and more!

This kicks off the Exploring Guam series with a general overview of Guam and basic info you should know when visiting here! This is for those who are new to the island, planning a trip, or may be moving to Guam soon. Learn about where Guam is exactly, what the weather is like, what military bases are located here, where to stay, and more. I hope this video entices you to visit the island sometime and experience all it has to offer!
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00:00 Hafa Adai!
00:46 Location
01:34 Size
02:10 Weather
02:50 Religion
03:09 Schools
03:38 Military
04:15 The People
06:38 Where to stay
08:10 Personal experiences

0:46 Location - Where is Guam? We're a little island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, within the vicinity of Australia, Hawaii, the Philippine Islands, and Japan. It's very easy to travel from here to other parts of Southeast Asia.

1:34 Size - 30 miles long, about 210 sq. miles. As of 2021, its population is roughly 168,000. From personal experience, you could drive around the entire island in about 2 hours, which means commute from home to workplace is never more than 30-40 minutes.

2:10 Weather - It is consistently humid on Guam. Summertime is when the warmer temperatures are felt with highs between 88-91 degrees F and lows between 77-80 degrees F. You WILL sweat so dress light! Cooler temperatures in the 70s occur during the months of November to January/mid-February.

2:50 Religion - Guam is a predominantly Catholic community, but there are other smaller church groups such as Baptist, Mormon, Seventh Day Adventist, Methodist, etc. that exist.

3:09 Schools - There are 27 public Elementary Schools, 8 public Middle Schools, 6 public High Schools, and about 13-14 private schools that house a variety of grade levels. The two college level schools present are the University of Guam and the Guam Community College. Guam colleges are highly recommended if you want to pursue a degree in Marine Biology.

3:38 Military on Guam - There are two main military installations, one being Andersen Air Force Base in Yigo and the other being Naval Base Guam (Big Navy) in Santa Rita. There are other smaller installations around the island like NCTS, Naval Magazine, Naval Hospital, etc. which means many federal job opportunities AND a high turnover cycle for military personnel and families stationed on Guam.

4:15 People - This mini melting pot is home to so many! Ranging from CHamorus, Filipinos, tourists, military, and other Micronesian Islanders, you're bound to meet people from so many backgrounds and ethnicities. DON'T mix up the CHamorus with chods/chauds. A true CHamoru will be very welcoming and hospitable to newcomers while a chod/chaud will be more closed off.

6:38 Where to stay - This is a broad statement because the bottomline is that you should definitely explore the different areas and villages IN PERSON. From a general description, the noisier, busier parts of Guam would be the villages of Dededo, Tumon, Tamuning, and sometimes east Agana. The quieter areas that are away from the hustle and bustle would be villages like Mangilao, Yona, Talofofo, Inarajan, Asan, Agat, Santa Rita, Umatac, and Merizo.

8:10 Different personal experiences - I'm not going to lie and say everyone has loved Guam; people have either loved their time here or they've hated it. However, it all depends on what YOU make of it. Are you going to stay at home the whole time and miss out on potential experiences and friendships, or are you someone that will explore the island and make an active effort to meet people and discover all the hidden gems Guam has to offer? It's really up to you when you get here.


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Is Guam worth the visit? What can you do in Guam? Click here to find out the magnificent sights and laid back vibes of Guam. Join me as iI share my trip and what to see in Guam in this Guam Travel Vlog! Here I'll be sharing some tips on where to eat in Guam as well as sharing a bit of Guam beaches. Can you enjoy Guam? My quick but meaningful trip the possibilities on what to do in Guam! Guam United States

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Top20 Recommended Hotels in Guam, Mariana Islands, Oceania

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Top20 Recommended Hotels in Guam, Mariana Islands, Oceania: 1. Outrigger Guam Beach Resort ****
1255 Pale San Vitores, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 183
2. Dusit Thani Guam Resort *****
1227 Pale San Vitores Road, Tumon, Guam, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 201
3. Hyatt Regency Guam *****
1155 Pale San Vitores Road, Tamuning, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 210
4. Guam Reef & Olive Spa Resort ****
1317 Pale San Vitors Road, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 162
5. The Westin Resort Guam *****
105 Gun Beach Road, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 179
6. Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort *****
470 Farenholt Avenue, 96913 Tamuning, Guam, From € 142
7. Lotte Hotel Guam *****
185 Gun Beach Road Tamuning Guam, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 167
8. Hilton Guam Resort & Spa *****
202 Hilton Road, Tumon Bay, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 136
9. Fiesta Resort Guam ***
801 Pale San Vitores Road, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 134
10. Onward Beach Resort ****
445 Governor Carlos G. Camacho Road, 96913 Tamuning, Guam, From € 388
11. Oceanview Hotel and Residences ***
1433 Pale San Vitores Road, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 82
12. Days Inn Guam ***
155 Ypao Road, 96913 Tamuning, Guam, From € 70
13. Guam Plaza Resort & Spa ***
1328 Pale San Vitores Rd., 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 108
14. Garden Villa Hotel ***
800 Pale San Vitores Road, Tumon, Guam, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 104
15. Leopalace Resort Guam ****
221 Lake View Drive, 96915-6002 Yona, Guam, From € 103
16. Holiday Resort & Spa Guam ****
881 Pale San Vitores Rd., 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 103
17. The Bayview Hotel Guam ***
1475 Pale San Vitores Road, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 82
18. Pacific Star Resort & Spa ****
627B Pale San Vitores Road, 96913 Tumon, Guam, From € 127
19. Wyndham Garden Guam (formerly known as Aqua Suites Guam) ***
240 Ypao Road , GU 96913 Tamuning, Guam, From € 75
20. Palmridge Inn ***
122 Hasalao Street Route 8, Barrigada, Guam 96913, 96913 Tamuning, Guam, From € 63

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Guam’s Beautiful Beaches - A True PARADISE! | Guam Vlog 1

If you’re looking for a tropical paradise, Guam should be on your list. Guam has some of the best beaches and in this video, we'll show you some of the beaches in Tumon bay and northern Guam.

Guam is a US territory and an island located in Micronesia. It’s about 3 hours and 45 minutes away from Japan so we decided to come here for a month long vacation!

The beaches we went to were mostly in Tumon Bay. If it’s your first time in Guam, Tumon is a very popular area to stay in because of its proximity to the beaches!

The beaches in this video are Lotte beachside, Matapang Beach, Fujita Beach, Ypao Beach, beachside restaurants at PIC and Dusit Thani, and Ritidian Beach.

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When you explore Guam, you will end up seeing a multitude of natural formations. They can be rocks, caves and so on. It’s amazing to see how the land itself managed to evolve over the years, and these formations are a clear example of that. Since Guam has some volcanic land, it’s understandable why various rock formations appeared over the years, and the Bear Rock is definitely a prime location that you want to visit. This is a natural rock formation that shows the wear and tear rocks go through on the shores of the island. Why is this rock formation called Bear Rock? As you can most likely see from its shape, the Bear Rock is basically looking like a bear standing up, facing the sea. It’s a great place to visit just because it looks amazing, and it’s tall enough to see it from afar. When you get close to it, you will be impressed with how large this rock formation really is.
Needless to say, many tourists come to the Bear Rock in order to take photos, and it’s definitely something you want to do as well. Getting to Bear Rock is not that complicated either, so this can be an amazing, great adventure for you to check out. That alone can really make things worth the effort, so you have to give it a try for yourself.

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Guam is widely known for having a lot of hidden gems, and visiting those can really take your experience up a notch. What you will love about Emerald Valley is the fact that this is an extraordinary, unique waterway with turquoise water that’s visually impressive and a great place to take a swim too. The Emerald Valley itself is found behind the parking lot of the Guam Power Authority in Piti, which is a small village right on the western shore of the island. Within the village you have the Apra Harbor commercial port, and some power plants. The one near the Emerald Valley is widely known for being one of the largest power plants, and it does look amazing. The thing to notice here is that the power plant delivers gravel parking, but this can get flooded a bit if it rains. You can go through a wall of tall grass and reach the Emerald Valley. That being said, the walk near this waterway is very narrow, so you want to ensure you bring some shoes with a really good grip. There can be some issues, and that’s exactly the thing to take into consideration. Sea urchins are in these waters, so you must be very careful. The walkway has roughly 12 meters in total, and the nice thing is that the closer you get to the coastline, the larger it gets.

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00:21 Ricardo J. Bordallo Governor's Complex
00:31 Talaifak Bridge
00:36 Two Lovers Leap
00:42 Emerald Valley
00:47 7th Annual Guam BBQ Block Party
00:55 Taotao Tasi the Beach BBQ Dinner Show
01:10 Chamorro Village
01:13 Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort
01:19 Cetti Bay Overlook

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One of the best parts of being a citizen of the United States is its incredible natural diversity. No matter what kind of island vacation you’re in the mood for. Here are some of the best island destinations that the United States has to offer.

1. Maui
America’s most famous island getaway. When you’re not on the beach, you can hike to active volcanoes, hit the island’s nightlife, or take advantage of the myriad amenities.

2. Mt. Desert Island
The splendid, rocky coasts are perfect for a few moments of quiet reflection after a rousing hike along a well-beaten path. And later, just head to the nearest restaurant for a can’t-miss take on Maine’s succulent lobster.

3. Sanibel and Captiva
Not many beyond the locals know about Sanibel and Captiva, two of Florida’s most beautiful and under-the-radar destinations. Its pervasive Caribbean feel will make you take in a gorgeous sunset.

4. Santa Catalina Island
It is a little slice of the European beach scene right here in the States. It is the perfect capper on a Los Angeles vacation, it’s a great way to decompress once you’ve seen the sights in the City of Angels.

5. Mackinac Island
Quaint little churches and harbors dotted with beautiful sailboats are just some of the charming diversions this little island has to offer visitors. Remember, cars aren’t allowed on Mackinac Island.

6. Amelia Island
It’s a face of Florida that you’ve never seen before. The historic little towns will keep you captivated while the scenery of Amelia Island State Park is sure to inspire you like few other places on the planet.

7. Martha’s Vineyard
The beautiful island is home to a variety of natural wonders, like sand dunes and wide beaches. You can also find dozens of sailboats along the iconic Martha’s Vineyard harbor.

8. Kauai
Kauai is perfect for travelers who want to divide their time between the beaches and gorgeous rainforests filled with exotic animals of every stripe. The extremely inviting island is a great counterpoint to the hustle and bustle of Maui.

9. San Juan Island
Washington state’s San Juan Island is a veritable hodge podge of artists, craftsmen, and those people who are simply searching for a respite from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life.

10. Chincoteague Island
It's home to some of the last remaining wild horses in North America. Mustangs are just the beginning of the wildlife diversity offered by this small island off the coast of Virginia.

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Talofofo Bay is a beautiful inlet found in the southeast coast of Guam. This is widely known for being a very accessible brown sand beach in Guam, and it’s also one of the most iconic. The brown sand comes from sand and silt deposits from the Talofofo river. It looks amazing, especially when compared to the limestone-coral white sand in the region as well. When you visit Talofofo Bay, you will also get to check the Aratama Maru shipwreck from WWII. Being able to explore the shipwreck and learning more about the extraordinary battles that took place here during WWII is astonishing, and there’s definitely a lot to learn here, which is amazing in its own right.

Talofofo Bay is also a great place for snorkeling. There’s plenty of sea life for you to see, ranging from turtles to smaller shark species, fish that are unique to this area and so on. It’s just downright amazing, and you will appreciate the entire set of extraordinary adventures you can have here.
This is also an ideal place for surfing as well. It’s just a whole lot of fun to explore all these locations, and the fact that you can also do a bit of hiking can be quite interesting. There are also a few seaside caverns and caves. Some can be dangerous to visit, but it’s still incredible to explore some of them and see the inner beauty of this location.

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