Talo fo' fo'
Location of Talofofo within the Territory of Guam.
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Talofofo (Chamorro: Talo fo' fo') is a village located in the southern part of the United States territory of Guam, on the east coast. The village center is located in the hills above the coast, while the smaller coastal community below the cliff is known as Ipan.
The village contains two golf courses. Other tourist attractions include Jeff's Pirate's Cove Restaurant and Museum, Talofofo Caves, Talofofo Falls Resort Park, Ipan Beach Resort and a Talofofo River boat cruise to an ancient Chamorro village. Japanese holdout from World War II Shoichi Yokoi was discovered by Jesus Duenas and Manuel DeGracia near Talofofo on January 24, 1972 A recreation of his hide out cave is included at the Talofofo Falls Resort Park.
Guam Public School System serves the island.
Mayor of Talofofo
- Roman L.G. Quinata (1971–1981)
- Tito A. Mantanona (1981–1993)
- Vicente S. Taitague (1st Term) (1993–2001)
- Anthony D. Leon Guerrero (2001–2005)
- Pedro "Pete" D. Paulino (2005–2009)
- Vicente S. Taitague (2nd Term) (2009–present)
References and notes
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- "2010 Guam Statistical Yearbook" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on July 23, 2014. (4.3 MB), (rev. 2011)
- Shoichi Yokoi, police transcripts Archived 2007-06-21 at the Wayback Machine., ns.gov.gu
- "Guam's Public High Schools Archived May 19, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.." Guam Public School System. Accessed September 8, 2008.
- "Contact Us." Notre Dame High School, Inc. Retrieved on October 25, 2010. "Mailing Address: 480 S. San Miguel Street Talofofo, Guam 96915."
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