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    It's been a really nice trip here in Guam. The food is great, the kind hospitality of the people and and those breath taking views that you wish your eyes could take pictures. ❤️

    Guam's crystal clear waters will certainly soothe your soul. Their serene beach would really de-stress you. You can also take a submarine and tour around the sea where you can see the sunken WWII plane in the coasts of Guam or the beautiful coral reefs and sea creatures you can see.

    I can say it was actually one of the best trips I had so far ❤️ def. a must-see before you die trip ❤️

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    This is a bit distance from the mainland U.S.A. This place is more well-known for Japan. It is like their Hawaii about 4 hours flight. American just don't come here unless your are in the armed force. There's a lot of military present in the island. Military and Japanese tourist are what drive this island. Downtown Guam would felt like you in Japan, a lot of Japanese business present. The water is very clean, excellent for surfing and water related activities.

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    It's probably about 80-90 degrees year round, and anywhere you are on the island is about 15 minutes from a beach. The water is always clear and warm. The colors are always vivid. Life is slow and relaxed. Not bad for a dot in the Pacific.

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    LOVED it. I didn't like the constant tremors and earthquakes but loved it enough to go back to visit and perhaps live there again.

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An unincorporated U.S. territory, Guam is the most populous island in Micronesia and a blend of American and Pacific influences. The main city of Tumon is where most accommodations are found, along with duty-free shopping, yes, outside of the airport. The native language, Chamorro, isn’t extremely widely spoken but some words do creep into the daily English of the inhabitants, and you can visit a monument to the fallen soldiers of the WWII battles fought on Guam. Restaurants include big American chains, as well as locals with fresh seafood and, the farther away from the main area of Tumon you go, Chamorro and other ethnic offerings.

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4.5 out of 5
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