Inn on the Bay

Address: Route 2, Agat, 96928, Guam | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Inn on the Bay Agat

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Agat

Liberation Day and our last dive day

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jul 21, 2012

10 photos

... but they don’t seem to have any fish swimming in them. Then we find some anemones with fish and spend a bit of time with them. We make a square box maneuver and are swimming back towards the boat, we think. Finally I see an anchor line but there is no boat attached to it. As we have been slowly rising depth-wise, and have been swimming in the safety stop zone for enough time, it is safe to do a spy-hop – ...

Who Runs the Boat?

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jul 18, 2012

4 photos

... boat lanes so having the safety sausage arrive on the surface ahead of us was a good thing.

All divers back on board shortly after we climbed aboard and we are heading back to the dock. MDA has a number system. Everyone signs in and gets a number with a clasp that attaches to your equipment. After the last dive, the numbers are collected by the staff and when they have all the numbers, they know they have all the divers. The ...

Island Hopper: Chuuk to Guam

A travel blog entry by cello1357 on Apr 28, 2012

40 photos

... passengers. Although we departed from Hawaii, we have to go through US Customs and Immigration because we transited through two nations on the Island Hopper. The line for foreign visitors is extremely long but the line for US Passport holders is much shorter (many people don't realize that Guam is one of the top 10 ports of entry into the United States). The CBP officer looks at our passports and jokes with ...


A travel blog entry by 30sam3 on Mar 08, 2012

1 comment, 11 photos

... 21, 1944. To the south lie the Agat invasion beaches where the 1st Provisional Marine Brigade and the 77th Army Division landed. Behind this vista lie high ridges and mountains where the Japanese had excellent defensive positions. Upon entering the harbor is the cliff-lined Orote Peninsula. This was the site of the highly prized Japanese airfield and scene of intense combat as US ...

Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands?

A travel blog entry by savvyscout on Aug 03, 2010

54 photos

... I have no doubt I’ll be back.

Now, back to reality in Mexico City, Mexico and off the road for awhile. Time to start earning some cash again and replenish my travel coffers. When the coffers give me the green light… I’m heading to New Zealand. Any one up for a trip down under? I’m looking for a hiking and travel partner.

Great, now I’m 2 hours down, and only 5 more to go on my 7 hour layover in LAX ...

Traveler Photos Inn on the Bay Agat

Oceanview, Guam