We took a stroll around Tumon with local DJ, Aaron Davis. He’s one of Guam’s most sought after DJ’s and guarantees good vibes during his sets. We shared a Heineken Light with him at Cowboy Ninja (where he is resident DJ) and then met up with him for lunch the next day. We stopped by Continue Reading
Both locals and tourists of Guam know and frequently visit the infamous Two Lovers Point or Puntan Dos Amantes in Chamorro. Located in the northern part of Tumon Bay, Two Lovers Point is not only Guam’s most popular tourist attraction, but an important landmark in Chamorro culture. The legend of Two Lovers Point is a Romeo and Juliet story of sorts and remains a symbol of true love even to this day – two lovers and souls connected forever in both life and death. Two Lovers Point is open daily from 7AM to 7PM and has multiple attractions to visit within the park, from the popular Heart Lock Wall to Lookout Point. No matter what attraction you visit, Two Lovers Point is sure to leave an impression on you and beautifully captures the spirit of the Chamorro people.
See an excerpt from the legend below:
When the girl’s father learned of the two lovers, he grew angry and demanded that she marry the Spanish captain at once. That day at sundown, she stole away to the same high point along the shore and once again met her Chamorro lover.
Her father, along with the captain, and all the Spanish soldiers pursued the lovers up to the high cliff above Tumon Bay. The lovers found themselves trapped between the edge of the cliff and the approaching soldiers. All the young warrior could do was warn them to stay back, and the father ordered the soldiers to halt.
PRO TRIP: Enjoy an ice cold Heineken Light while watching the sunset at Terraza.
With the holiday season coming up, Guam’s K-pop fans were given an early Christmas gift with the news that hit girl group Twice will be performing in December! And like a bow on top of a neatly wrapped present, the concert will be FREE! Yes, free! After hearing this, you’re probably feeling more inclined to Continue Reading
🦇 Happy spooky October! 🎃 This month our featured logo artist is Camille Santiago. Camille describes herself as an artist interested in all types of mediums, but especially digital art, animation and graphic design. She is influenced by many different things, but lately it’s been lo-fi music. Source: gyfycat Her favorite things to draw are ocean Continue Reading
ARTICLE BY LAUREN LEE. If you’ve been on the Internet at all over the last couple years, you’ve probably seen the word “stan” being used (unless you’re like 50 and only go on CNN, no offense) in various ways. That may have lead you to recall the 2000 Eminem song “Stan” and think to Continue Reading
October has finally graced us with its spooky presence which means one thing (not pumpkin spice lattes, this is Guam and it’s like 994385 degrees). Halloween is almost here! If you’re still spooking out (last reference, I swear) that you don’t have a costume, fear not! Or do because it is, you know, Halloween. ARTICLE Continue Reading
We asked our followers who served the best burgers on Guam and Mosa’s Joint won by a landslide. And so we headed down to Mosa’s for this episode of Taking Orders! Watch the episode to see what everyone ordered! 🍔🥤🍟 Shout out to our guests, Asha and Christian for coming along! This series is made Continue Reading
It’s September! ⚡️⚡️⚡️ This month our featured logo artist is Veroni Sablan. She’s a published artist and her work is featured in an anthology called Kinalamten Gi Pasifiku. She’s also designed pieces for a baby boutique called For Mila with Love. Her take on our logo is tropical and sweet! It has us feelin’ via GIPHY Veroni also Continue Reading
Summer season is officially over and this has us feeling nostalgic. We all spent our summer in different ways so here’s our teams rendition of Travel Diaries! This summer we went to… Palau 🇵🇼 A beautiful, pristine island that is only an hour and a half flight from Guam. The three places you have to Continue Reading