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I dos patgon-hu gi Liyang Gadao giya Inalahan. Gi este na liyan sina un sodda’ i yinanggan i manaina-ta.

I dos patgon-hu gi Liyang Gadao giya Inalahan. Gi este na liyan sina un sodda’ i yinanggan i manaina-ta.

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Just another Guam sunset.

Just another Guam sunset.

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I might organize a Chamorro Language Forum this Fall for political candidates on Guam. Chamorro is the native language of Guam and an official language of Guam, it is important that those who are elected as our leaders be able to speak it and understand it.

I might organize a Chamorro Language Forum this Fall for political candidates on Guam. Chamorro is the native language of Guam and an official language of Guam, it is important that those who are elected as our leaders be able to speak it and understand it.

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Iya Guahan, Atan i tininok i atdao

Iya Guahan, Atan i tininok i atdao

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The southern view from Mount Lamlam, Guam.

The southern view from Mount Lamlam, Guam.

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When my daughter gives me a look that says “whatever dad” I call that “atan bonelos.” If you have ever seen a plate of bonelos days after it was cooked when no one wants it anymore, and everyone just kind of gives it awkward looks. That is where the phrase “atan bonelos” comes from.

When my daughter gives me a look that says “whatever dad” I call that “atan bonelos.” If you have ever seen a plate of bonelos days after it was cooked when no one wants it anymore, and everyone just kind of gives it awkward looks. That is where the phrase “atan bonelos” comes from.

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Lemlem Taotao - Adelup, Guahan

Lemlem Taotao - Adelup, Guahan

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I trongkon lina’la’ - The Tree of Life

I trongkon lina’la’ - The Tree of Life

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They make a desert, and call it peace.
Calgacus

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From Faha, overlooking Malesso village and Cocos Island in Southern Guam.

From Faha, overlooking Malesso village and Cocos Island in Southern Guam.

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