Hafa Adai! Guam in a day

Trip Start Aug 01, 2008
Trip End Sep 17, 2008

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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Hafa Adai! Guam's way of welcoming their visitors.

After unpacking my stuffs, I went outside to find dinner and to my surprise, almost everything is written in Japanese, or is it Korean. I ended up eating inside the confines of my room.

I woke up early and did an early morning jog and then breakfast buffet. I arranged for a late check out and then went to Agana to see their famous Latte Stone.

I had difficulty catching the tourist bus because they do not stop at my stop, where I was the only one waiting. Luckily, another Japanese came and waited with me. It was only then that I figured out after Yuuki, the Japanese guy, told me, that it is because I do not look like a Japanese.

So it goes, this place is Japanese friendly place. And it is not a tourist bus, but a shopping bus.

It was a good thing I already went to the beach, I got skin tanned further.

Just enjoy the pictures. Hafa Adai!
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hecqs on

I didn't bother asking actually, I was just looking at the posted menu outside the restaurant. Some have English prints below it actually.

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