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The capital "village" of the United States' territory of Guam, today it is the 2nd smallest of the island's 19 villages but it retains its status as a major commercial district, as well as the seat of government. It sits at the mouth of the Hagåtña River on the west coast of Guam surrounded by sandy beaches to the north and wetlands to the east. You will find densely populated residential areas in Mongmong-Toto-Maite, Sinajana and Agana Heights. First colonized by the Spanish, you can see the evidence of their buildings in the Plaza de España beside the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Agana. There are plenty of cute cafes and traditional restaurants to invade when the hunger pangs strike. You can also take advantage of coworking venues that have opened their doors to cater to the needs of its local population, as well as globetrotting nomads who have to get some work done.
This is not tech hub, but it is the place where you can dive the deepest point of the ocean - think 6.8 miles into the blue yonder if you get yourself to Marianas Trench that is southwest of Guam. You can rent a jet ski or a kayak and make your way to the small beach cove of Alupang Island or have a chat to a coconut crab with really long legs. "Boonie stomping" (aka trekking) will have you swimming in water holes, gawking at waterfalls or negotiating thick wild jungle.
An adventurer's playground that now gives you the chance to work in between playing, Hagatna's coworking venues is where you can dress like a local (think loin cloths) and you may not raise an eyebrow.
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