A small beautiful island in the Pacific Ocean, Guam’s beach was a beautiful surprise. From the pristine white sand, to the clear blue green waters, to the perfect sunshine (and a really amazing sunset) – one can just lounge at the shore the whole day.. Or make that 2 days. Plus, the extensive amount of shopping you can do is equally as amazing as the beach!
Jordan has a lot of impressive castles around the country. Build during the Islamic period, these massive structures are labyrinths, corridors after corridors of secret passages leading you from one area to another. The huge thick stones are perfect for the Jordanian weather. They serve as coolers during summer, and heaters during winter.
One of the most beautifully well preserved Roman cities outside of Rome, Jerash gave us a grand welcome of Jordan. Hundreds (if not thousands) of pillars surround the city, with bricks and walls that tell much of its history, the site is overwhelming, and it makes you imagine how life was during its peak.
One of the most amazing landscapes I’ve seen (desert or not), Wadi Rum is a sight to behold. I might have taken 300+ photos of the desert, yet not any one of them can capture how grand it is. Huge rocks as mountains, and red orange desert as soil, plus random camels walking around looking for shade, the 4×4 drive around the desert is one priceless experience.