Tumon Bay Capital Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... was going to be delayed by 3 hours and that the check in staff didn’t think the plane had even left Japan.
After getting something to eat (thanks United for the food vouchers), we settled down for what was a long wait at one of the terminal gates.
Fact of the day: Length of time our flight from Guam to Palau was delayed = Currently 3 hours.
What the majority of us spent our $10 food vouchers on = Burger King and/or Chilli dogs and chilli ...
... the way they operate. You can request a guide, in advance, and pay for one, but otherwise, you and your buddy are on your own – EXCEPT for the Japanese divers who come with a guide and come with helpers too I think. MDA definitely knows who butters their bread.
The staff finally told us we could get on the boat and then we have another surprise. We have paid, apparently, to have our tanks delivered to the dock BUT ...
... off at the airport. This guy paid for my lunch, drove me around all day to run my errands and gave me $10 for the taxi when I got dropped off at the airport. Anyway... Outside of this weirdo, Guam is the place to be! It's so nice. The water is very visible, the malls are great, excellent food, its small, has a great main strip and great party life. It's probably my favorite island I've ever been to! ...
... Dad has many fruit trees, including papaya, banana, coconut, and bitternut. They've done a lot of work around their garden over time and recently added some stairs up to the flat roof where they've set some patio furniture to sit and enjoy the view. They have to keep the outdoor furniture pretty well nailed down though, because the typhoons here can be brutal! All of the homes and buildings have exterior storm shutters, and Dad and Auntie Mary ...
... many small villages and even more catholic churches. It was ridiculous the churches per capita on island, and it was hard to go a couple minutes without seeing one! The island seemed much more touristy than Saipan, and you couldn't even tell you were on an island at times. It was a much different feel and it was hard for me to imagine someone actually living on the island.