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I took part in the tour of kayak with my mother in September 14th.
We were really excited to ride on kayak and to see Chamorro's life style.
I thought a typhoon which passed a few days ago destroyed many trees and bamboos. But everyone...More
It is a quiet, serene Park hidden below the foot of the Governor's Official Residence in Hagatña. Latte Stones were placed here for those who do not care to visit ancient sites on the Island. Also on site are gated caves that were made by...More
I know the Latte Stones are an important part of the Island Heritage, but the park is in the heart of the city, not in a forest as expected. I did enjoy the visit. The grounds are well maintained and beautiful. Entry to the Japanese...More
After making our way down a short, narrow driveway-like lane and across a carpark, my brother and I found Latte Stone Park. This slight challenge, was not a deterrent to see the symbol of Chamorro culture and are found in coastal areas and river valleys....More
This pretty little park features a set of latte stones, which were used as a sort of stilt foundation on early Chamorro homes. They're interesting to look at and a 5 or 10 minute stop is sufficient for a photo op. As in other heavily...More