Geocaching is a real-life treasure hunt using a GPS or a GPS-enabled device, such as a smartphone or smartwatch. Simply enter in the coordinates and follow the device to a location where some sort of...
If you have ever experienced surfing, you can never forget the feeling of riding a wave produced by the power of the ocean. Surfing is a popular watersport the world around, where ever there are waves. And, of course, there are waves off Guam’s shores, too.
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 Base and Naval Base Guam that make for ghostly gossip or “mystery tours” during the Halloween season.
Everyone just needs a place to unwind sometimes and the best way to do that is by reconnecting with nature. Spend some time with the sun and the trees and you’re sure to be feeling relaxed and ready to take on anything.
Bats in the old World family Pteropodidae have very large eyes and excellent eyesight in low light, but do not use echolocation. Within the Pteropodidae family, bats in the genus Pteropus are known as flying fox because their face and ears resembles a fox or small dog.
The USDA’s Dietary Guidelines recommend adults eat anywhere from five to 13 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. While meeting or exceeding your recommended daily dose is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle, it’s just as important to ensure that you’re consuming produce safely.
Like fish, crab was a staple in the Chamorro diet. Land crabs, pång’lao in Chamorro, continues to be one of the most frequently harvested animals on the island. Pång’lao echong (crooked crab) is the most common of the land crabs. It has extremely large claws.