I've noticed a number of incorrect facts in the article. For example, Guam is not a country but part of the U.S. I can tell that the article was written and is being monitored by someone or some people who do not live on Guam. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs)
- Holy smokes, let's not have WT look exactly like Wikipedia! I'll do some plunging forward...Zepppep 12:11, 10 September 2010 (EDT)
Corrected a bunch of errors about the military (not only one base). Added a section on shopping. Changed "Respect" to "Culture."
I feel the quote "Using the 50,000 rule" is something very weird and unecessary for this article. I've never ever heard about such a rule that a town would become a city when it surpasses 50,000 in population?
 Requests for Info
I'm planning on visiting Guam in several months, and I'm wondering if anyone who's visited (or lives on Guam!) can help with a couple of things.
1) What do dive costs run for, say, 2 or 3 tank dives, with transit, etc. through a reputable shop? (I'll probably be bringing my own gear.)
2) Are there any budget-minded accomodations (e.g., hostels, homestays) available? I'd particularly fancy a homestay to see a bit of a family's life, etc.
 Rremoving individual "cities" and their listings
Unless anyone strongly objects, I intend to change all the "City" pages into re-directs since it is plain daft to have them in such a small country and they will never become meaningful articles in their own right. --118dot93dot73dot30 23:09, 13 April 2013 (EDT)
- There were no objections so I've now changed all Guam pages to a re-direct to Guam. Our "Villages" section now needs wt:abcing... --118dot93dot73dot30 07:48, 17 April 2013 (EDT)