If you're planning a tropical Guamanian getaway, odds are you'll be staying at Tumon Bay! Almost all the hotels are here, and with good reason---it's gorgeous, the waters are calm, and it's walkable to tons of restaurants, shopping, and attractions!
Guam is an island in the North Pacific, around one third of the way between the Philippines and Hawaii, that is politically associated with the US as an unincorporated territory. Guam is a little paradise of beaches, marine life, duty-free shopping and strong naval military links. Click through to read my complete guide to Guam. | Once in a Lifetime Journey #guam #travelguide #pacificislands #micronesia
Islands generally get a lot of rain and a lot of sun. Guam actually gets an average of 80-110 inches of rain per year, which is a lot! It rained off and on every day of our trip, but especially on the first day. Instead of being disappointed in the rain on our beach vacation, we found some fun ways to enjoy it anyway! Here are six rainy day activities for your trip.
By Mary Solio, The World is a Book Almost two years ago, I introduced you to one of my childhood homes. I squashed some misconceptions about the island of Guam. It remains the most popular post on my blog, The World is a Book. Whether Guam is on your radar or not, this makes for a […]