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Wednesday evenings see many food stands set up at Chamorros village. Many locals turn out as well as tourist buses. Barbecue is the big seller here. I was curious about coconut sashimi. I was given a fresh coconut and told to drink the coconut water....More
We really liked Hagatna area. Especially fishing at boat basin and enjoying wednesday night market
Fishing at sunset is fantastic. we've tried for several days. Although we coudn't catch anything, just looking at the sunset in Guam was a healing experience.
Actually there has been...More
Everyone told me to go to Chamorro Village for a true Guam experience. I had mixed feelings.
There were plenty of food options available at a reasonable price. The lines were long but moved quickly and you are certain to find something to eat.
Lots of tourist, various food stalls primarily BBQ and most stalls sell the same. Food Quality is ok. Nothing special. if you have your own ride, its ok to visit to check out but I wont pay for the bus rout or taxi just for...More
Crowded and festive. Many people like the food, the music, the souvenirs, et al. I went on a recommendation but outdoor festivals aren’t really my thing. The good is that there are a lot of souvenirs and the BBQ is much cheaper here than any...More
Many of shops, etc are open at other times. Not sure if Wednesday nights are a social scene type of thing, but you will wait forever ti park. When you do, expect a long walk and big crowds. Better to go when it's not peak...More
Go early! We went at 5 and still had difficulty finding a parking spot. Fun shopping for souvenirs, we only ate corn, fruit and slushy drinks which were all 'delicious' as my 2 year old granddaughter said.