This is my barbershop. Conveniently, it's located just about a 3-iron away from my apartment in Anigua. I used to go to a couple of different places, but the guy who shaves my head at this place does a good job and, again, it's close.
Here's my barber, just finishing up with the anti-hair cover/apron/whatever the hell it is. He's shaved my head dozens of times ... and yet I still don't know his name.
I love getting my head shaved in a barber shop. I can do it at home and do, but not often. The barber-shop head shave is my little luxurient purchase every week or two. There's nothing like a straight razor shearing the hair off your head, nice and clean and close to the skull. The feeling of sharp metal sliding along the scalp ... mmmmm. But don't take my word for it ... try it yourself! LOL
Here I am getting the shaving cream put on. On the name thing: You know what? He doesn't know mine either. He's hoss and I'm boss. "OK, boss, all done." I hand over a $20, getting $5 in change — $10 for the "haircut," $5 tip. "Thanks, hoss." I'm sure we'll exchange Christian names at some point in our relationship.
Oh, and as I've stated before. I'm not bald. I'm not even balding. Hell, my hair isn't even thinning. I just like the way I look with my head shaved. And those who have seen me with hair usually agree. LOL
The end result. Nice and cleanly shaved. No nicks or cuts. Definitely worth $15, especially when you consider he shaves my face as well and gives me a good 5- to 10-minute neck rub using one of those old-school, metal vibrating hands of death in anything but the hands of a master massagers. Nice.
DZER's Guam Pics has been updated with a bunch of new photos. There are some of flowers (see above), some views of Hagåtña, more trees and sky and clouds, even a pack of wild, carnivorous chickens!
Random Guam Fact Of The Day:
• Anigua is technically not its own village. It's a part of Guam's capitol, Hagåtña.