#TeamPhilippines at Guam Micronesia Island Fair
Micronesia Mall + Panda Express Guam
Two Lovers’ Point
The lovers tied their long black hair into a single knot. And acting as if they were entirely alone, they looked deeply into each other’s eyes and kissed for the final time. Then they leaped over the long, deep cliff into the roaring waters below.
I was floating (but not sleepy) but I couldn’t complain about the schedule! Everything was just too awesome and festive. We had our special Global Media shirt, kit and even vest to wear during the #GMIF event. I felt so legit 🙂 The Guam Visitors Bureau even prepared roasted pig (aka lechon) for the guests. It was a jubilant affair with local Chamorro dancing and singing for us!
The beautiful sunset greeted us. I was in awe. This is the most beautiful sunset I have seen in my life.
The stage shows the beautiful sea and sky as backdraft. No other words to describe how beautiful it was. I was excited for the main event.
The cultural show tells the story of the Chamorro culture mixed with fun dances and upbeat music. The performers even interacted with the guests and they make sure they are part of the show. I was impressed with the innovative and creative the stage is! Carmel said it was a big improvement from the last time we were there! More than anything, you can feel the performers enjoy their own show. I was trying to control myself from dancing to the beat of the drums.. BECAUSE.. well (you have to be there to find out why!) Haha I am not spoiling the fun for you!
I found out they do it every night but the energy and enthusiasm was there. At the end of the show, they invited the guests to come and dance with them. I was feeling a bit tired and I regret not joining the fun. I was all for good times and living the moment. Remember how we did the dance floor during the #LenovoTechWorld? (watch my video here!) Well, we started the party!
Just when you thought the night was done. We transferred to Sandcastle Guam for some Las Vegas Style Entertainment
There was a magic show, acrobats and fun dancing on the stage. I remember seeing some of the parts of it in Beijing when I visited in 2011. But it was entertaining, heat-stopping and fun. I think it was my first time to watch a magic show live. You could imagine me in disbelief as I watch the guys slice the girl’s body in two and do levitation. I have never learned that in Hogwarts (speaking of, I need to finish my Hogwarts Tour blog post soon!!!)
I skipped the shopping (attendance check) that night because I was dead tired and sleepy.
The following morning, we were up early for…
**Thank you Guam Visitors Bureau, Alouatta Inc and Pacific Star for having me in this trip!