In my opinion, everything is more expensive than even metro cities of the mainland. Average rent for anything decent is $2K plus. Gas is $5 per gallon. Groceries are not only outrageous, but the selection of food is horrible, and eating healthy is a struggle, as fresh produce is hard to come by. Basic toiletries and clothing are double to triple the price I was used to paying stateside. I do order things from Walmart.com and receive care packages from home. If things were just more expensive that would be fine, but selection is terrible too. I am not trying to be a downer, as Guam is beautiful and the people are very nice, but be prepared for reality.
Hi! Have you moved? I am visiting Guam within the next quarter. The hospital they are building is most likely the same hospital that I am searching doctors for. Thus I would like to know how you are finding the whole Guam experience. Thanks.
I'll be headed to Guam for a minimum 2 year job at the Naval base as a civilian so I think I have the shopping angle covered but can anyone tell me about the cost of a decent and safe apartment somewhere CLOSE to the Naval Base?
I may be relocating to guam , I am wondering if there is a place to ride dirt bikes on the island .
We r going to guam and I have done a lot of research . Oh and r u gonna be working on either bases? Because I've been told that will be where u save money on food at the commissary. But m bringing my family of 6 and I'm rally looking forward to those after work relaxation time!
Hi I'm not a nurse but I am an MA. Let me know if u need one soon. We should be there NLT 04july
I am returning to Guam after many years away. If this is anything like what it used to be, groceries were not expensive as long as you adopt island style eating habits. That means, learning to enjoy rice and local vegetables. If you eat the same as you do in the states, yes it is expensive. But I recall the huge prawns I would get and other nice vegetables which cannot be found in US except very rarely.
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