1. Two Lover's Point (Punta Dos Amantes) is a lookout atop a cliff that overlooks the Pacific Ocean and Tumon Bay. The view is captivating, especially at sunsets.
2. diving, hiking, blue skies, incredible sunsets
3. good scuba diver training facilities
4. the cultic Dededo flea market (get bbq and local fruit! come early to avoid the tourists and find parking)
5. Capricciosa (called "Cap's" by locals) - order Seafood pasta (but garlic bread is mediocre)
6. Ritidian beach - but on a weekday, without the weekend crowd
7.An around the island tour with our rental car - It took like two hours or so. We have followed the Marine Drive all the way around. The south side of Guam is the best, very old.
8. Latte Stones in a park, plus the large human-made one at the Governor's House (Latte stones were used as pillars/ foundations for ancient Chamorro homes).
. We very much liked to watch the local families overjoying the weekend barbecue.
10. snorkeling at Tumon Beach
11. Enjoying the tax-free status of Guam
12. The landscape of the island's interior of the island was surprisingly attractive, interesting
13. The half-day Fish Eye Marine park program was eventful
14. The new Guam Museum (more attractive from outside than inside)
15. Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica was the main attraction in the capital
16. Guam is much bigger than the other countries in the region, so there are more to see
17. Visit the Magellan Monument (Umatac) - an interesting visit for me, as I read minimum 6 times the book of Stefan Zweig about Magellan, this legendary explorer (16th century)
1. Ipao Beach and Tumon Bayis are getting more and more crowded with hotels, too many.
2. When asked for directions, we got vague instructions and got lost again and again
3. Once we had to walk too long in the shallow seawater until we reached the coral reefs for snorkeling (the problem was not the walking, but the heat)
4. Guam is surely not an authentic Oceanian island - strongly Americanized, the life looks like on some parts of Hawaii - many malls, big car traffic
5. Many tourists in Fiji concentrate on the attractions connected with the WW2, like downed Japanese fighter planes, remnants of torpedos, national historical park, etc. - I was not so fond of these, frankly speaking, I came here to see nature and the South Pacific life scenes
6. We drove to Talo Popo Falls, and the final road to the waterfalls was closed - damn it!