We had a smooth sailing flight, the airlines provided meals, we were entertained by their movie feature: Johnny Depp's The Lone Ranger, and most of all, the kids were tame during the flight duration. Although our baby "pooped" just minutes before we landed to Guam. At the plane's window, Guam looked like our Samal, the difference was just evident when we landed. It had nice buildings, infrastructures and wide streets that really made us think we're in another country.
Upon arrival, we went directly to the U.S. immigration office. Good thing we had our kids with us, it lightened up the atmosphere with airport police officers. Though there was still something we had to comply, however, we were told that we had the option to do it later, so we were allowed to enter Guam. They even helped us contact our hotel for our ride to the place.
Guam: Where America's Day Begins... seen this in a car's license plate, so I asked why? I was told that it is the U.S. territory where the sun first rises.
We were hungry when we arrived, so we went to their food court and settled with Burger King. And as expected, it cost us $20 for a simple meal. We can't really help to convert the cost to peso since not one of us earns dollar, our pocket money were exchange from our bank. But we must spend for our necessity, so there's nothing much we could do about it. We then enjoyed the rest of the night roaming around the mall.
We walked back to our place after. Strange as it may seem, we only saw very few people walking in the streets. I guess, everyone had a ride. Though the walk maybe a little far, but everyone enjoyed the short talks and sights along the way.
Even if it's very evident how everyone looked so tired as we arrived in the hotel, but the kids still had the energy to watch the Disney channel... Amazing, though I hate to be "killjoy" but it's time to rest. Goodnight all. Yahweh bless.