A gallary of pictures from the island of Pagan in hopes to spread more awareness of the beauty of the Northern Mariana Islands, specifically Pagan.
The latte stone represents the strength of our ancestors.
Managaha Island. One of Saipan’s most visited spots due to it’s emerald green waters, white sand beaches, and isolation in the Saipan Lagoon. The island offers numerous pavilions for residents/tourists to spend the day/overnight enjoying their “beach front” view of mother nature. Managaha is located in a Marine Protected Area where any fishing/harvesting activities violate the rules of the MPA. Managaha is currently experiencing a change in topography due to erosion in the northern parts of the island.
Delicious Ribs. Barbecuing is a weekend ritual where family & friends gather to hang out at the beach, BBQ, and have a great time in the sun. Marination of the meat is step one. If you don’t get the marination right, then the meat will obviously taste bad. Step two is to get the fire to the right temperature. Third step is to sit back and enjoy the BBQ.
Overall, I enjoyed Tarzan Falls much better than Sigua Falls just because I was able to photograph more sequences of the waterfall. From what i’ve been told, that was two out of many more interesting hikes to do on Guam. I definitely look forward to discovering more natural beauties on the island of Guam as well as all the other islands of the Marianas.
Several mini-water falls that can be found at Tarzan Falls. It was a very quite and “zen” place where one can be with nature. Being surrounded by mother nature makes you forget about the materialistic things of our society and appreciate the simplest of things.
Sigua Falls, Guam. Went on an adventure to Guam for the weekend. This was a 5-hour hike, in n out. It was definitely a fun hike because I came across some pretty interesting terrain. From red clay foot hills to thick jungle with swarms of mosquito’s, it was very relaxing. Its always great to see nature in her purest forms. Stay tuned for more.