- AGAÑA, GUAM, USA
World War 2 was the focus of many of the lectures on the Serenity leading up to our own “landing” in Guam. Today Guam is the most developed island in all of Micronesia Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 5 | Feb 4, 2014
- Traveling to the 'Nesia.So we were meant to leave LAX on July 12th at 6:40PM, arrive in Honolulu at 11:00PM local time, stay "overnight" until a 5:00AM flight out of HON International to Pohnpei.
Instead, we got to take a detour from Honolulu to Posted by cbuski in Call me "Dog-bite" | Sep 10, 2012
- Knock Knock. Who's there? SNAKES!Dear Abby,
As I make the seven-hour long flight to Guam, I can’t help but have mixed feelings about this next leg of my journey. I know only two things about Guam. 1) It is a U.S. Territory. 2) It Posted by Rydin' the Wave in Rydin' the Wave | May 21, 2011
- Wifi at the houseHad a wonderful afternoon and evening. Kathy and Ricke are doing a wonderful job of carting me around, showing me some of the islands history. Beautiful beaches, how the Americans liberated the island from the Japanease (who were Posted by Ruth Brett in Ruth in Guam | Nov 23, 2010
- The Big Trip 19After 4 days at sea we finally reach land. Our port of call is Guam. Rather an odd little island with a bit of a chequered history. Today you can see that it is American e.g. the Posted by evolo in To Rise and Go | Mar 3, 2009
- Gone from GuamWell we are away from Guam and sailing towards our drill site. Guam was very interesting. When we found out that a taxi ride from the dock where we were to the nearest civilization was around $40, I Posted by pafrag in West Coast Transit | Feb 9, 2009
- Finally in GuamWe are now tied up to the dock in Guam. Took longer to get here than expected due to headwinds and engine problems. That is the thing about a shakedown trip, you never know quite what is going Posted by pafrag in West Coast Transit | Feb 6, 2009
- GuamHere are a few shots from my trip to Guam last week.
Guam was so relaxing and refreshing. It's as American as Tennessee, just with a coast and a ton of Japanese tourists. I have to admit it was Posted by jbennett in Japan | Jul 2, 2007