Photos at Latte Stone Park

A few months ago Peter and I decided to check out this small, dark park in Agana that we often see. It’s shaded by tons of huge trees and very well maintained. There are latte stone and a cave from WWII. It would be a nice, quiet place for a picnic or to relax during your lunch hour. Definitely stop by if you are in the area!


  1. I enjoy your wonderful stories about Guam. We will be a moving there in one month and I can’t wait! So all anyone ever asks me when I tell them we are moving to Guam is…”Are you not afraid of all those tree snakes!? Have you ever seen one yet? We had vacationed there a couple of times and I have never seen one. I do love your post on the other critters there. Have a great weekend!

    1. I’ve seen one snake in the two years I’ve been here. I see a lot of dead snakes in the road. Honestly, I think the Rhino Beetle is a bigger problem than the snakes. Plus it seems as though the bird population is increasing, which says to me that the snake population is decreasing. Also, the snakes are nocturnal so maybe that’s why I haven’t seen too many. Don’t worry! 🙂

  2. Welcome to Guam! 🙂 For a small island like this? It as plenty interesting places, and activities, that are interesting. Like say for examples: The Guam Inarajan Pool Beach, or even, Ipan Beach, and there’s more. Welcome to Guam U.S.A.!!

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