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For most of my life I believed Mt Jumullong Manglo (where the crosses are) was somehow a part of Mt Lamlam. I was wrong. Today we hiked up to the true Mt Lamlam and learned it’s a fair distance from where the crosses are. I was amused to find a geodetic marker embedded on Guam’s highest point and a pole that seems like it needs a great big Guam flag. 🇬🇺 #allthewayup
I made coconut candy and the cutest little bottle of lemongrass-infused coconut oil (just look at it). 😌 I’m so damn proud to know how to make coconut oil! I now have skills to fall back on if the writing thing doesn’t work out. 😄 Thank you, Saina Bernice! You taught me something invaluable and I had the best time! 💗 #AmotFarm
When your BFF is a chef you don’t need to go out to eat. About last night: An unforgettable clam, shrimp, salmon + lobster bake flanked by slow cooked braised short ribs that melted off the bone. The company is always the best part.
Island Time magazine sent us to @canvas.byfawn to learn how to paint. So fun! Thanks for having us 😃
Umatac fiesta is my favorite. Sorry, other fiestas. Biba San Dionisio 😊
Meet Tetsu “Ty” Espinosa: The woman who got everything she asked for. The story of how she came to live in Guam will move and inspire you. 💖 Read it on latitude13.com or click the link in my bio 👆🏼
I’m hitting all the fruit stands in the south. Do you know of any? Where?💡
Have you ever thought about getting an executive checkup in Manila? Because I wrote a story about how easy and affordable it is to set one up. It's on the cover of Bayanihan - which is in today's PDN - and it pairs nicely with Linda's corned beef fried rice 🍳🥓🍚 guampdn.com/bayanihan