Yap is located in the Pacific islands and if nothing else, its quite the journey to get there. There’s lots to see there and if you are into World War II History, there’s still World War II relics there including a Japanese Zero.
Guangzhou is one of those cities that you don’t really go just by thinking about it. As most don’t know about it. This is the city where you go to buy merchandise to re-sell. But it’s also a very nice city to explore with great Parks and a Zoo as well. Saw my first giraffe there.
248. Kwajalein is the fourth stop on the United Island Hopper from Guam to Honolulu; next stop is Honolulu, Majuro. You are not allowed to visit this island unless you are U.S. military or work there or are visiting the island of Ebeye just three miles north by boat. This is the island where the locals reside. As a matter of fact, you may not be allowed to get off the airplane at this stop at all.
238. Osaka, is Japan’s third largest city. It is quite different than the other cities in Japan as it has more of a commercial feel. It also has the Yodo River running through it which adds a certain charm and serves well during some of the city’s festivals. So check it out on your next visit to Japan.
226. Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia is the second stop on the United Island Hopper from Guam to Honolulu and provides some magnificent views and beautiful beaches. It’s also good for snorkeling and its fair share of diving. it’s also the island of waterfalls deep into the rain forest.
224. If ever you want to visit a remote place, this is it. Plus if you like diving, then this is THE place to visit it has many diving spots due to wrecked/bombed ships during WWII. Plus its the first stop of five on the United Airlines Island Hopper from Guam to Honolulu.