…A greeting you would say to someone you consider a friend.
I’ve gone around the island a few times while I was going up here and when I’ve come back for visits! There’s always something new to see! But this time around, we had a visitor, my dear friend Rebekah who is visiting Guam for the first time and so it was a must do, to take a drive around the island!
My dad, our personal tour guide drove us around and told us some stories along the way!
We started at the capital city of Guam, Hagåtña.
Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledad is a Spanish-era fortification overlooking Umatac Bay. Remnants of Spanish colonization remain at this oft-visited historical site. You will see canons, an eroded Japanese bunker, and maybe even a carabao, Guam’s docile water buffalo.
Located at the southern tip of the island, Inarajan Natural Pool feels a world away from Guam’s often overcrowded tourist beaches. Natural bathing spots surround a public park on the main road, a great place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty.
One of the must eat places in Guam is Jamaican Grill. Order the “Jerk chicken and ribs combo” with half red rice and half Jamaican rice.
We ended our day back at our hotel Outrigger Guam where we enjoy the beautiful beach and the amazing resort amenities!