Ok, Guam is one of those islands in the middle of nowhere, south-ish from Japan. It was once used as a stopover point for trans-oceanic flights. Now it is a place for Japanese tourists to go on holiday.
There are cliffs where you get a nice view of the city.
There's a platform on the cliffs where you find these luggage tags, similar to the locks that I found in Seoul.
The view from the top of the cliffs was awesome, but it was a long way down - pretty freaky.
This is the main strip, similar to Waikiki in Hawaii, but with far fewer sunbathers. The big name hotels weren't as expensive as their brothers in Hawaii.
... another view of the beach.
We rented a car and toured around the island a bit.
... more of the coast, etc. Anyway, Guam probably isn't on many people's list of destinations, due to its remote location, but if you ever have the chance to visit, it can be quite relaxing.