My Time in Guam
I spent the past two weeks on the beautiful island of Guam. I met many wonderful people, visited historical sites and enjoyed breathtaking beaches. Here's some of what I saw.
"The Plaza de España, located in central Hagåtña, was the location of the Governor's Palace during the Spanish occupation. Most of the palace was destroyed during the shelling of Hagåtña during the retaking of Guam in World War II. There are three structures still standing including the three-arch gate to Almacen (Arsena), the azotea or back porch, and the Chocolate House." - from Wikipidia
"A latte stone, or simply latte, is the term for a pillar capped by a hemispherical stone capital with the flat side facing up. Used as building supports by the ancient Chamorro people, they are found throughout most of the Mariana Islands. In modern times, the latte stone is seen as a sign of Chamorro identity and is used in many different contexts." - from Wikipidia
The Guerrero's Backyard:
Alyssa and I took some photos at her parent's house. Even the boonies surrounding their house are beautiful.
Of all the beaches we visited, Inarajan Pools was my favorite.
Chamorro Village is a small market that sells local foods, crafts and gifts. After shopping there, Alyssa and I ate dinner, and I drank fresh coconut juice for the first time.