This stop was our last in our tour of the southern part of Guam. Our guide made it interesting. There is not a whole lo to see other than where the canons have been moved and where the original Catholic church was and has been moved. There is one display which shows a lot of weathering. We were told that local people revere Magellan, but that was from the Filipino tour guide. This part of Guam is where Magellan landed, and where a small fort was setup to protect Spanish ships sailing from Mexico to the Philippines.
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