Guam Airport Hotel

Address: 120 Simon Sanchez St, Guam, 96913-4141 | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guam

Rain but warm

A travel blog entry by tajarj on Oct 09, 2013

... get ready for dinner at 5:30.

is easy, walking is the sport of choice followed by table tennis,
dancing, swimming and stationary bike. We are part of the walking
group, 3.5 laps around the ship make a mile, that and 8 trips back
and forth for painting class, lectures, computer class, and meals,
make for at least 2 miles a day. Our table mates are very nice, our
coughs are getting much better, now everyone ...

Sleepy in Guam

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 11, 2013

... then the immigration person and then the person at the security scanner, then that’s what you do, whether you like it or not because they are the rules!

But the conflict didn’t stop there. It is a commonly known fact that if you want to carry liquids/gels/creams in your carry on luggage then there are certain things you need to do – namely put the items in a plastic zip lock bag. It’s a simple concept that ...

Go Guam!

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Apr 01, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... keen to get going and bright eyed and bushy tailed. I think were still operating on Perth time.

Our arrival into Guam was done in darkness as the sun had not yet risen. Getting through US immigration and customs was fairly straight forward and completed quicker that first thought. That said it was difficult to give coherent answers to the immigration person as my brain was still half asleep.

The plan for our day in Guam was simple. Have a nap and then do ...

Liberation Day and our last dive day

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jul 21, 2012

10 photos

... Takes a little longer for us but MDA people have recognized us and know we are here so they won’t leave us. Another boat crew from another dive shop is there eating their lunch as well. They look like a combination boat and snorkel and dive and party crew.

Onto the boat and ready to go and oh look, a whole bunch of Japanese tourists and a drift dive! What a surprise J don’t mind. We are ...

Who Runs the Boat?

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jul 18, 2012

4 photos

... rely on spotting good stuff by ourselves without local expertise and (3) it’s a drift dive and we have to hope the boat sees us and comes to get us when we surface.

Still, we love to scuba and there’s always good stuff to see so we suit up and are in the water fairly quickly after we are anchored and “the pool is open”. I’m working on a new light system with this trip to help my photography. I ...

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