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Chamorros -- the indigenous people of Guam -- (alternate spellings exist, such as Chamoro or Chamoru) possesses a culture that is a cobbling-together of Micronesian, Spanish, and American cultures, but in general the people are gregarious and welcoming to visitors. Observe common courtesies and tend to err on the modest side, especially with clothing. Guam is also a melting pot of other Micronesian cultures, with local inhabitants coming from the Philippines, Japan, China, Micronesia, Korea, and other countries to find better opportunities. Chamorros are predominantly Catholic, though other Micronesians can be of the Protestant faith. On Guam, Rosaries take the place of large formal gatherings to remember those whom have passed away, and such congregations can occur for up to 20 years after someone has passed.

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Travel Safe

Observe caution when engaged in water activities on Guam, as in any coastal area, as currents can be swift and unpredictable, depending on the season. Also, roads are not graded according to US Standards, and during the rainy season (from about August until March), water can pool unevenly on road surfaces. Pooling of rain water can lead to flooding of roads in the southern half of Guam, which does not have sewer drainage built under the road surfaces. Furthermore, many roads are in disrepair and potholes are frequent, which can easily blow out tires. Violent crime is fairly low, but property crime tends to be high, so safeguard valuables in vehicles. Rental cars have stickers and can be targeted by thieves.

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