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The Most Beautiful Beach on Guam

Ritidian Beach lies at the northernmost tip of Guam. For many years the beach and the land surrounding it was owned by the US Navy and closed to the public. But in 1993 the Navy turned over its Ritidian property … Continue reading

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A Day in Talofofo, Part Three

My first visit to Talofofo Falls was back in 1972, a few months after a Japanese soldier named Sergeant Yokoi was discovered. He had been hiding in the jungle near the falls for 27 years. When I returned to the … Continue reading

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MM 221: U.S. Warplane over Guam

We visited Two Lovers Point one day during our latest vacation in Guam and I was shooting the statues of the Two Lovers from different angles when I heard a familiar sound overhead. I looked up quickly and clicked and … Continue reading

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Our Latest Visit to Two Lovers Point

Most visitors to Guam stay at one of dozens of hotels along Tumon Bay on the northwest coast of Guam. And just north of Tumon Bay is Guam’s most popular tourist attraction, Two Lovers Point. We took our older daughter … Continue reading

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The New Guam Museum, Part Two

In yesterday’s posting we saw what the new Guam Museum looks like from the outside. Today let’s go inside and see what the museum has to offer for visitors and students and anyone else who would like to learn more … Continue reading

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MM 218: The Pieta of Hagatna

We visited the new Guam Museum one day during our recent trip to Guam and as we walked across Hagatna’s Skinner Plaza I took this shot of the Pieta of Hagatna, a memorial to Guamanians who died in many wars. … Continue reading

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Our Sightseeing Cruise on the Douro

Our tickets for the yellow bus sightseeing tour of Porto (see here) included an hour-long cruise on the Douro River. So the next day we rode on the Dos Guindais Funicular down to the Ribeira district where we walked around … Continue reading

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