Chamorro Village’s Wednesday Night Market is a popular attraction for tourists and locals here on Guam. Chamorro people are the indigenous people of Guam. The village offers a glimpse into the island’s culture, lifestyle and cuisine. Dozens of booths are spread over the little village selling local (often barbecued) foods and handicrafts. Chamorro boys and girls also perform dances on the stage.
The Chamorro kids dancing and singing to local music were really enchanting and a joy to watch. The food smells in the village were wonderful too, but we were still full from the huge American breakfast, and we have dinner plans for tonight. Still we wanted a small taste of Chamorro food so we both ate a truly tiny piece of barbecued spare rib, and it was delicious.