While many might think that traveling to paradise is a costly affair, living out your tropical dream doesn’t require you to completely empty out your pockets. There are countless activities on Guam that are free or cost-efficient. Here are just a few!
Cooked without heat, kelaguen is a signature dish of Chamorro cuisine that uses a combination of lemon juice, salt, and hot peppers to “cook” chopped fish, seafood, or meat.
Although the word ‘pirate’ is used in early documents, secondary literature on Guam’s history has also referred to these pirates as ‘adventurers’, ‘buccaneers’ and ‘privateers’ which refer to the same profession of, among other things, preying upon and stealing from ships, with the primary objective being Spanish galleons carrying gold and silver.