Sunday, November 27, 2011

Guam Day 2: Jeff's Pirate Cove

Part of the museum complex at Jeff's
Pirate Cove
by Pa Rock
World Traveler

Still heading north along the eastern coast of Guam, our next objective was lunch.  We found a touristy little spot a few miles north of Inarajan called Jeff's Pirate Cove - a combination museum, gift shop, and food stand.  We ate our meal in a large open-air pavilion at the back of the store.  The food was average, but the warm sea breezes were exceptional!

A bit of beach at Jeff's.  The food pavilion is on the right.
One of the souvenirs that I bought at Jeff's was a souvenir tee-shirt honoring the Japanese soldier, Shoichi Yokoi, who managed to hide out of Guam for twenty-seven years after the end of the war - never realizing that the war was over.  As we were preparing to leave Jeff's, we ran into a couple that Valerie had been visiting with on the beach at Inarajan.  They told here that since seeing us at the beach, they had visited Talofafo Falls and seen the cave where the soldier had hidden for those many years.  We decided to backtrack and take in that sight as well.

Didn't get many pictures at Jeff's.  Not sure why - but possibly just worn out by so much sun.

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