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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kazee on

Your trip to Guam
You mentioned that most menus were in asian!? Did you try asking for an english menu? They do have those for ppl like myself (local) who can only read english...lol

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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