As the thick heat and smoke from fiery grills makes its wispy way into a moonlit sky before finally dissipating, small crowds of people become increasingly dense as they congregate and form lines full of anticipation next to open air stalls selling everything from jewelry, clothing, art, food, and an uncountable array of merchandise.
One of the most adventurous and memorable outdoor activities you can experience on Guam is “boonie stomping,” which is what locals call hiking through the jungle. Guam’s landscape is dotted with stunning off the beaten path sites including secluded rivers and coastlines, cascading waterfalls, majestic mountain peaks, natural caves, remnants of...
While vacationing in the Pacific there are numerous picturesque locations to admire. Something that is often neglected when discussing visits to these various locations is the concept of solo travel. Below are four tips on how to travel solo in the Pacific.
The village of Asan probably derives its name from the word Hassan, which means scarce or rare in Chamorro. There are several theories of the origin of the name of the sub-community of Ma’ina, which comes from the Chamrro word ina (to illuminate or shine on).