Royal Orchid Guam Hotel
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... and prepped and to get a dive guide in the water with them. Everything has its price. Also, they were the ones who told the boat where they wanted to go as in which dive sites. Before they arrived, there was a lot of discussion among the staff on what dive sites to visit today. Once the Japanese tourists were on board, their staff member pretty much told the boat where he wanted to take his tourists. As this staff member also seemed ...
... at Jeff's Pirates Cove when he was hiding in the nearby caves. At the restaurant, we are served a sampling of Charmorro favorites: barbecue chicken, barbecue pork ribs, chicken kelaguen, and fish kelaguen. Kelaguen is similar to the South American ceviche; a pickling marinade of lemon juice, coconut, green onions, salt, and red chilies is used to marinade the meat. ...
... the upcoming ports of call and to share information. This could prove to be most helpful with all the new places on our itinerary.
Rick continued with the choir practice in the afternoon. We are looking forward to being on land in a couple of days. The days at sea have been nice, however, I think it has been enough of the long stretches for now. We decided to rent a car on Guam and drive around the island. We watched the port lecture ...
... fighting on this proud little island are evident in the crumbling ruins of bombed out historic sites, a network of underground tunnels, and a certain sadness in the eyes of all who are old enough to have all too clear memories. The second-largest source of income is the United States Military, which is what a lot of mainlanders think of first when they think of Guam.
We had taken the red-eye from HK to Guam, and arrived at 5 am. Auntie Mary had ...
... enough to play Master to my Padawan, when JB enrolled me onto the PADI e-Learning course online in the weeks preceding the trip to do the theory part of their Open-water qualification. My skills and qualifying dives were to be done while we were at Truk.
(Talk about qualifying at the deep-end; my final qualifying dive took me down to the deep dark depths of a passenger cargo ship, the Heian Maru, through the torpedo-blasted hole in the hull; into dark caverns of twisted rusted ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service