Project 10 of 365: Underwater World Creatures

Thursday, February 13, 2014

These are some of the sea creatures you can find in the Underwater World in Guam, one of the world's longest tunnel aquarium. Of course, the most famous of them all are the school of sharks lurking around the aquarium. Some were also exhibiting their beauty in front of  the visitors during the Ocean Lounge. It would be nice to touch them all, maybe??? Can you identify the species above?

Project 11 of 365: Fire

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

These are my first time shots of a fire dance during a dinner show. Well, I guess, it's not bad at all. Cheers for more shots like these in the future! Did you find it good? Comments are loved and appreciated.

Guam, USA - An Escape From Winter Days 3&4

And now, I'm back with my promised part 2 of our Guam escapade. For our 3rd day, again, as early as 7:30am, we got ready for our pick up time to Alupan Beach Club or as easy as ABC, the biggest marine sports center in Guam. It was a beautiful day for the beach. The sun was pretty out and shedding us with her super hot rays! So good for our chosen activities! We had the combination package for 110$ which includes banana boat, jet ski, parasailing, snorkeling, eat all you can lunch and free use of the beach' amenities. All were first time there. The banana boat ride, driving while standing in a jet ski, watched the coastline of Guam while sitting comfortably while flying with a parachute, and experience snorkeling but since I can't breathe right with the goggles for snorkeling, I patiently enjoyed the beauty below through a swimming goggles. Learned also how to kayak by ourselves. It was a great half day. We returned to the hotel by 3:00pm to have some shower and getting ready for our 5:45pm pick up time for our Tropics BBQ dinner show in Hilton Guam Resort and Spa.

Guam, USA - An Escape From Winter Days 1&2

Monday, February 10, 2014

At last! Here you go! It's been weeks had passed I guess. And now, sharing you the first part of my trip together with some workmates in where America's  day begins, Guam, USA. Departed at 11:30am at Centrair airport and arrived in Guam at around 4:00pm. It was around 5:00pm when we passed the Immigration and claimed our luggage. So many tourist that time. From Japanese to Korean, Taiwanese, Chinese. It was January that time so they also want to escape winter from their own lands. I am also grateful that this company trip was scheduled around January in order to also escape the winter at least for just 4 days. From the airport, we were guided to our hotel; Guam Marriott Resort and Spa. Received our key cards, arranged our things, changed clothes and get ready for dinner. Unfortunately, it was raining hard that time and can't decide where we will eat, though in my mind I have the place I want to eat. But also considering the others, I waited for their options. After some conversation, we decided to eat in Capricciosa I located in Royal Orchid Hotel just across our hotel. But when we get there, it was a long queue of people and it needs a reservation so our first option was failed. Luckily, there were Filipinos there and gave us a ride back 'n forth to one of Tumon's famous steak house; Haruna Steak and Seafood Restaurant. I think it would be a great dining experience if only you don't have negative colleagues (I guess...). Because of the rain, nothing to do so we returned to our hotel and with just my roommate, we decided to have some swim in the pool despite the rain. At least, I have one who is also game in everything while on that trip!

Project 9 of 365: Postcards From Guam

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Another post for you guys! Yay for me for posting entries 2 days in a row! This is a sneak peek preview before I share to you in another post my trip in where America's day begins. Enjoy and please come back for my next post! See you!

Project 8 of 365: Up, Up And Away!

Friday, February 7, 2014

OH! The advantages of sitting beside the window during a flight! Being able to take some snapshots outside the plane during a 4-hour flight from Guam, USA back to Nagoya, Japan. Honestly, I was reserved in an aisle seat but I was so lucky that I have no seatmates so I took the opportunity, stayed there all the time while glancing and taking pictures of the clouds up above. By the way, I am flying United Airlines on this flight! Thanks for taking care of us during the whole flight duration back 'n forth.