Guam

Guam

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Guam is a beautiful island in the pacific, approximately 36 miles long by 8 miles at the widest point.  The area code for GUam is 671.  There are many zip ... Read more..

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  • Moving To Guam?

    Monday, November 12th, 2007

    Are you planning on moving to Guam? You probably are wondering how much does it cost to Read more..

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    Best in Guam. Guam . guam stores, Aside from Guam’s awesome beaches, fabulous hotels, and great bargains everyone for sure will love its culture too. If you have happened to visit Guam even once, I know you will agree with me on this. The island’s customs, traditions and proud heritage have grown. It has bee inhabited by many conquerors, gone to wars and epidemics, and gone through various governments. Visitors from many races have left their influence on the island’s pastimes and tastes, but nowhere is the island’s multicultural effect more obvious than in its food. From fiestas to simple party, the islanders prepare many of their local delicacies like pancit, barbecued ribs and chicken, to kelaguen, and many more. Visitors also notice that Guamians are still using their traditional instruments like the belembaotuyan and nose flute in many cultural events. Music is a very important factor in the island’s lifestyle. For generations, the Kantan Chamorro style of singing has been a favorite form of entertainment. In addition, it has been used to lighten long hours of group work activity, such as weaving, corn husking, and net fishing. Guam’s traditional arts are still very much alive. During cultural fairs and exhibitions, tourists often have the opportunity to watch carvers, master weavers, and even a blacksmiths at work. Traditions such as these are being passed along to the younger generations through apprenticeship programs in order to preserve the island’s heritage. Guam Guam Culture | z 4:07 am | Monday, November 12, 2007 | HotGuam | 22:38 | http://hotguam.com/moving-to-guam | 2008, July 21, Monday | guam vacation, 4:07 | Monday, July 21st, 2008 | 10:38 pm
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