During the colonial times, a wealthy Spanish businessman had arranged for his daughter to wed a powerful Spanish captain. She, however, fell in love with a modest Chamorro man. The father, the captain and some soldiers pursued the young couple up to the high cliff above Tumon Bay. Trapped between the edge of the cliff and the marching soldiers, the two lovers tied their hair together and throw themselves of the cliff. Or so the legend goes. Today, the viewpoint is one of Guam's biggest attractions and the entrance fee gives you access to the overhanging walkway. It's, of course, very popular for wedding photos. Though the sweeping view along the coast is spectacular, the view of the cliff is actually best down from Tamuning.