Pau Pau Beach


Pau Pau pronounced "pow pow" is a long, sandy beach. There are many picnic pavilions and a playground. The North side of the beach has large lava rocks which surround many more small isolated beaches. A recent archeological dig on the South side of the beach uncovered artifacts and human bones from the ancient chamorro pre-latte times, perhaps 1,500 years old.










Japanese WWII bunker.














Rush hour at the reef.

She easily gets tired when swimming but quickly found an alternative.



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