Hyatt Regency Guam
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... dive! Our first one here. Now we could use a guide because we will have to go out, turn around and find our way back to the boat. Just great. I am not very good at this even though I have a compass on my rig.
Into the water and I try really hard to figure out which way we are swimming and I do this numerous times so maybe we will be able to find our way back. This is a nice dive as we find a whole community ...
... Underwater, you blow air into it either from your mouth or from your octopus rig or your regulator. Once it has air in it, it floats to the surface or jets to the surface if you put in a lot of air, and bobs there, hopefully upright, so the boat can see you and come get you). This safety sausage had a string and reel attached so we could deploy it while we were still underwater. We never heard another boat but the captain said we ...
The aircraft taxis to Gate 16 and we disembark the Boeing 737-800 one last time after spending 14 hours onboard. Instead of air stairs wheeled to the aircraft by a forklist, we deplane via a jetway into the main terminal. Because international arrivals are not segregated from departing passengers, the airport uses a set of partitions in the middle of the concourse to ...
... between Guam and the US. The climate is tropical marine being generally warm and humid with northeast trade winds. There is little seasonal temperature variation, averaging around 80 degrees.
Apra Harbor is one of the largest US Naval bases outside the continental USA. To the north of
the harbor lie the Asan invasion beaches where the 3rd Marine Division stormed ashore on
... get my electrolytes back up, some burritos for dinner and that was it.
Woke up early this morning to go to Tumon Bay to see if anything was different in the morning when the light was out. The view of the sun was better and the lighting made the color of the water look a lot better and more clear. I snorkeled there for a couple hours, then went back ...