Passengers onboard P&O Cruises'
1,800-passenger Arcadia cruise ship paid a visit to Guam on Tuesday (March 3rd) as part of their around-the-world journey.
Many of the passenges, most of whom were from Australia and the UK, were reportedly looking forward to visiting the island's shops and historical sights.
The Arcadia is the second cruise liner to visit Guam this week following the 520-passenger Tahitian Princess on Monday, reports Guamdn.com.
Located in the Pacific Ocean, Guam is the largest of the Mariana Islands and offers various examples of traditional Chamorro culture.
The historian Lawrence Cunningham commented: "In a Chamorro sense, the land and its produce belong to everyone.
"It is a powerful concern for mutuality rather than individualism and private property rights."
Among the popular attractions include the many examples of Spanish architecture and the stone bridges in Hagatna.
Guam also has a duty-free shopping status meaning that no extra taxes are added to the price of many quality goods.
Written by Mike Cotgreave