Pacific Islands Club Guam
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews Pacific Islands Club Guam Tumon
Travel Blogs from Tumon
... coral and as soon as he knew I had spotted him, he ducked under a ledge and wedged himself into the hole with just a bit of his mantle sticking out. My hubby wasn’t as lucky and didn’t get the view that I got. I tried to take some photos but he wasn’t having any of it and didn’t cooperate. We left for a bit and he started to come out but he saw me start to come back and did his hiding thing again. ...
... The places that had it were quite crowded and I was just too tired to wait in line. We headed for the Micronesia Goldsmiths shop. We had visited this shop years before and purchased a pair of earrings for me. At the time, Victor, the man who owns or runs it or makes the jewelry (never sure which – ah, looked it up and he’s the owner and jeweler: http://www.micronesiangoldsmiths.net), had a gold dragon that I particularly ...
... would like to label as a quintessential 'american' bar - in fact that is how they categorized them too - 'The world famous american bar' :-) It was filled with Army folks who definitely seemed to be celebrating something and were all drunk out of their skulls. But still a very heavy party atmosphere - even saw a dude getting mooned by his lady friend sitting next to him and another girl jumping out to take a picture of his naked butt!! i could smell the rowdiness in ...
... the DOUBLE WHOPPER!? With CHEESE!!!???
Also, Continental is the best! They help their passengers in two ways: 1. By changing the gate several times, forcing the sleepless to keep those bodies moving and blood flowing, and 2. by conveniently using planes so ******* out that they have ...
... U.S. (via Narita, Japan) is 14 hours, but from Hong Kong it only took us 4 hours, 20 minutes. Continental Airlines runs the only direct flight from HK to Guam, and it only flies there and back once a week, so you better not miss your flight! Guam is a U.S. Territory and you can easily see the blending of mainland culture mixed with local Chamorro, Spanish and Japanese cultural influences. With only 178,000 people living here, this is LAID back place. ...