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Beach at Orote Peninsula
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Beach on Naval Base Guam near the end of the Orote Peninsula. This is accessible by kayak or by hiking down Spanish Steps. From here you have a good view of Apra Harbor, enclosed on one side by the Orote Peninsula and on the other side by Glass Breakwater.
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Uploaded: 03/04/2011
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