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Top Destinations and Attractions – Guam Traveler’s Panorama Guide

Guam, USA – Top Destinations and Attractions

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Chromatic Outlook : Pale San Vitores Road

Chromatic Outlook (Post#39) : Pale San Vitores Road Pale San Vitores Road is the main road where the Tumon Tourism center is located. It’s nice to have a walk along here to enjoy the urbanity of Tumon. Majority of the hotels are located along the road, malls, restaurants, cafe, bars and even some tourist spots like Underwater World, parks and

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Name Of The Place : Matapang Beach Park

Name Of The Place (Post#35) : Matapang Beach Park I was amazed to find a familiar word from my country. Before I decided to end my walks along the shoreline of Tumon Bay, I learned the name of the beach as Matapang Beach Park. “Matapang” means “Brave” in Filipino word, though I was not sure if it’s really came from

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Discovery : Tumon Bay – Pill Box

Discovery (Post#30) : Tumon Bay – Pill Box Because of strategic location of Tumon Bay, its shoreline has been used as location of pill boxes that has been put up by Japanese during the years that they hold the island until Americans recaptured it back from them in 1944. The pillbox is one way of Japanese fortifications along the coast

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Something To Look At : History of Ypao

Something To Look At (Post#10) : History of Ypao When I started my walk at Ypao Beach, I saw information board and found a piece of historical information not only about the beach where I was standing at that time but the history of Ypao itself. I learned that it has significant part of history. Before, people live nearby the

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Top 9 Discoveries While in Guam

Traveling is a way of learning for me. When I visited Guam there are discoveries worth knowing. They are the following: Top 1 – Magellan discovered Guam like Philippines Ferdinand Magellan discovered Guam in March 6, 1521 and after 10 days it reached the Philippines in March 16, 1521. Both countries has been under Spanish Colony for more than 300

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Tarzan Falls Hiking and Fish Eye Marine Park Snorkeling

The last adventure tour that I booked with travel tours company was doing a bit of hiking for a waterfalls and snorkeling. At first, I booked a different tour in another company but unfortunately they are not able to do the tour that I selected due to minimum numbers were not met to be able to operate the tour. Then

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View At My Window : Tarzan Falls and Ylig River

View At My Window (Post#31): Tarzan Falls Tarzan Falls is famous because the trails towards the falls are good for any type of hikers. The trail also offers not only landscape scenery but a good exercise like nature walk or trip. The Tarzan Falls itself can be enjoyed in any season. During my visit it was dry season which pretty

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Panoramic View : Tepungan Beach Park

Panoramic View (Post#33) : Tepungan Beach Park During the visit at Fisheye Marine Park, the beach beside the Fish Eye Observatory is what they call Tepungan Beach Park and already part of Piti Guam. Fishing in the area is prohibited to preserve the Pity Bay where Piti Bomb Holes also located that attracts so many fish that is beneficial for

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Chromatic Outlook : Fish Eye Underwater Observatory

Chromatic Outlook (Post#38) : Fish Eye Underwater Observatory When we reached the Fish-Eye Marine Park, we saw the underwater observatory not far from the shoreline. The observatory is a combination of underwater and ocean surface view specifically of Piti Bay wherein any visitors can enjoy. These photos are part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017. Please follow and like us:20

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View At My Window : Tamuning, Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport, and Barrigada

View At My Window (Post#30) : Tamuning, Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport, and Barrigada Before we ended the island tour that day, our last stop was Libungan Vista Point. At that viewpoint, we had a chance to see a different view of Tamuning where I can say the most commercialized area in the island. We had a birds view

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Discovery : War in the Pacific National Historical Park

Discovery (Post#29) : War in the Pacific National Historical Park Aside from the memorial wall that has been put up to Asan Bay Overlook and the scenic view that it offers to the visitors, the ridge line has historical importance to the island. War in the Pacific National Historical Park boundaries are huge to emphasize its significance. There are three

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Guam Island Tour – Visiting Best Viewpoint of the Island

I will start my story at Fort Santa Agueda since the first two places included in the Island Tour has been detailed in my previous post of Hagatna and Two Lovers Point. But while I was drafting this post and when I looked into the whole story of my experience in the tour, I see a trend of the places

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