More Travel Content

Travel
Photo by Colin Roohan, courtesy of groovekorea.com

Weathering the storm in Phu Quoc

I sat impatiently on the bed while rain pelted the rooftop. I was miserable. I shouldn’t have been so naïve in my trip planning but my child-like...

Families enjoy the Familia Flume. Photos by Aaron Miller

The ultimate island watersports adventure

Guam may be a water-sports paradise, but there’s no need to fear ocean currents, soak up salt water or fret over sharks to enjoy it. A gravity-...

The author after returning from her hash run.

What an adventure! The Gibsons go hash running

Editor's Note: All I can say is you really have to read this story by Shannon Gibson. You will laugh out loud! Shannon, thanks for sharing your...

This wall surrounds Building 4701 on Yongsan Garrison. The building  is rumored to be haunted and many who’ve worked in and around the building claim to have seen and heard eerie things. A remnant of the Japanese occupation of Korea, the building was once part of a prison. Some say it was an office. Others believe it was a crematorium. Jimmy Norris/Stars and Stripes

Ghostly stories, unexplained phenomena spook Pacific troops

Editor's Note: There's something strange in our neighborhood, but who are you gonna call? As Halloween approaches, we thought you might enjoy...

Navy spouse Marlyn DeMesa explores the globe with her son at the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Information, Tickets and Travel office on U.S. Naval Base Guam July 9.  U.S. Navy photo by Shaina Marie Santos/Released

Do you want to take a trip? Visit ITT!

On U.S. Naval Base Guam and Andersen Air Force Base Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation Guam and the 36th Forces Support Squadron Information,...

The Old Spanish Bridge in Agat, similar to this one in Hagatna, is said to be haunted by the daughter of a Spanish official who had her Chamorro lover killed to prevent them from marrying.

Don’t be caught dead there

Unlike many U.S. military bases in the Pacific Theater, there seems to be a dearth of “haunted” buildings or other places at Andersen Air Force...

What the heck is a hash?

The hash originates from the British schoolboy game hounds-and-hares in which fleeing “hares” leave a trail of paper; the ensuing “hounds” must...

Oserezan: Take a Halloween trip to ‘Hell’ – and stay the night

Freezing wind, boiling mud and blasted, naked rock. Oddly coloured lichenous growths, coiling steam and a sulphurous stench. Osorezan could be...

Base golf courses great places for families to tee it up

The Admiral Nimitz Golf Course in Radio Barrigada and Palm Tree Golf Course on Andersen Air Force Base (AFB) offer a place for service members and...

Sumay Cove Marina Manager David Callaway motions toward two vessels available for rent at the Sumay Cove Marina on U.S. Naval Base Guam Sept. 10. The Sumay Cove Marina offers a recreational facility for patrons to explore Guam’s waters. U.S. Navy photo by Shaina Marie Santos/Released

Set sail at Sumay Cove Marina

Editor's note: There's so many things to do on Guam. And for those of you living on Naval Base Guam, head to the Marina and set sail on...

The Way of Harmony

Editor’s note: As an aikido practitioner for more than 15 years, I was amazed to come to Japan and discover that Aikikai Foundation’s dojo...

Pagat Caves provides Guam bonds

Editor's note: Jodi Warminsky and her daughter went on a fun hike to Pagat Caves. She took the time to share it with us. Jodi, thanks for this...

Pages