Category Archives: Hagatna

Top Destinations and Attractions – Guam Traveler’s Panorama Guide

Guam, USA – Top Destinations and Attractions

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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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Chromatic Outlook : Latte of Freedom

Chromatic Outlook (Post#37) : Latte of Freedom Latte stone has been Chamorro’s sign of identity and seeing this many times while traveling around the island should be a normal thing. The latte stone can also be seen both in cultural and political signs or symbols of Guam. The latte stone is the pillar used as foundation support of Chamorro’s building.

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Panoramic View : Guam’s West Coast

Panoramic View (Post#30) : Guam’s West Coast When I reached Apugan hill, that’s when I understood why the Fort Santa Agueda has been so popular both for local and foreign visitors because the hill is a great lookout to appreciate the scenery of island’s west coast. At the lookout, Hagatna City, part of Agana Bay, Tumon Bay, Oka Point, Two

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Name Of The Place : Fort Santa Agueda

Name Of The Place (Post#34) : Fort Santa Agueda Fort Santa Agueda  is the last and only surviving Spanish fort in Hagåtña, at the top of Apugan Hill. The fort now commonly called Fort Apugan with strategic view of Hagatna and the western coast of the island. Though the fort has not been maximized its usage when it was built

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People : Dancing Chamorros

People (Post#4) : Dancing Chamorros When I am traveling, I love to take photos of things that has my interest, most of them are more into natural landscape and scenery. Taking photos of people is not really my thing, but if taking shots of natural expression of human who are totally different from person standing still and smiling in front

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Edible : Hagåtña, Guam – Fiesta Plate

Edible (Post#4) : Hagåtña, Guam – Fiesta Plate During the Wednesday Night Market at Chamorro Village in Hagåtña, I logically based my reasoning to queue in the longest line just to order my dinner because of curiosity and to have fun as well. People in the line were somewhat has the same reason as mine. I ordered the one they

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In The Middle Of Somewhere : Chamorro Village

In The Middle Of Somewhere (Post#10) : Chamorro Village During my second visit in Hagåtña, the Capital City of Guam, the main place that I had been most of the time was at Chamorro Village because it is famous for its Wednesday Night Market. And I was curious how famous the village is. And before it’s totally dark, the village

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Something To Look At : Plaza de España

Something To Look At (Post#8): Plaza de España When I did the Heritage Walking Trail, I was pondering and looking back on the historical site, how war ruins a lot of things. Because Japanese seats in the plaza for few years when they were able to take over Guam for a moment from US and when the latter reclaims it

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Chromatic Outlook : Insular Guard Monument

Chromatic Outlook (Post#36) : Insular Guard Monument They also called it as Guam Insular Force Guard Monument (Memorial) which honors the gallant stands of Chamorro men against the invading Japanese imperial army troops in 1941. These men were recruited 8 months ago before the World War II outbreak in the pacific. US Navy Captain McMillin decided to surrender to prevent

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