Hotel Nikko Guam
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... divers anyway and some of the Japanese tourists had drifted a lot further than we did because we hadn’t even seen the boat further down the shore. Saved by the Japanese!
Back on the boat and some of the good mango snacks that we picked up from K Mart and then soon we are ready to enter the water again. Our hostess is back in the water snorkeling as we get ready. Oh wait! This is going to be a return to ...
... into the blue and we are alone again. It is still a bit freaky as we just aren’t used to being underwater by ourselves and yet we know divers who would sooner slit their air hoses than be attached to a group or a dive guide. There’s room underwater for everyone I guess.
The dive boat captain had loaned us a safety sausage for our second dive (in case I haven’t explained, a safety sausage is a long red or ...
... seen so far on the Island Hopper. We must be approaching Guam! The southern tip of Guam is mountainous and I observe smoke rising from the mountains, I learn afterwards that these are wildfires. As we approach the Antionio B. Won Pat International Airport, we pass by industrial zones and I get a glimpse of Turmon Bay just before we land. After 4,365 miles crossing the Pacific Ocean, I am finally back in ...
... eat the breakfast buffet. I ordered an omlette and filled up on other food. There’s free Wi-Fi in the restaurant ($12 in the room, which of course I did not pay for), so I took advantage of being able to get online while eating. It’s a good way to pass the time when eating alone. I checked the load for this evening’s flight to Manila – I am currently #25 on the standby list for 19 open seats.
Got back to my ...
... and said hello to Rowena. It’s not often that you remember a hotel manager, but she had gone out of her way to give Mike and I spectacular service two years ago, so I wanted to say hi. She welcomed me back, but then had to assist another customer so I didn’t have much time to chat with her.
I was so happy to walk into my room at 9:32 p.m. (6:32 a.m. CDT – 22 hours 52 minutes after waking up yesterday morning in Houston). I immediately got ready for bed. Ugh, ...