We had a 10-hour layover in Guam on the way over to Palau. Since Sam used to live there before moving to Tokyo, we thought it would be a great opportunity to see his old stomping grounds. We arrived late at night (or early in the morning), got our car, stopped at K-mart for some essentials (at 3:00AM), checked into our hotel (the Holiday Resort and Spa) and passed out.
My favorite lookout was just across from Cocos Island, and by then, the sun had come out and the waters which were a little dull and grey in the morning became brilliant shades of blue and turquoise. All of these lookouts are free and unmarked so you really need to keep an eye out for them. They are almost all seemingly abandoned (an overall feeling on Guam) and overgrown but that does add the charm of it all.
Total Drive - 3-4hours although we ended up skipping the northern part.
Gas - $20
TIP - The sun beats down mercilessly. Make sure you have good sunscreen and apply it regularly. Sunnies and a hat are also definite musts!
TWO LOVER'S POINT
The point is therefore located at the top of a cliff with a sheer drop down to the ocean with a beautiful view of Tumon Bay. The legend is an opportunity to put an entrance fee of US$3 and sell souvenirs and love locks to visitors. However, the views are truly spectacular.
Fee - US$3
Hours - 8AM to 8PM on weekdays only
TIP- Gun Beach is near the Nikko Hotel, and apparently, if you take the elevator up there you can get a great view of Tumon Bay.