Guam isn't the only tropical island with a surprising side. Here are a few more dark and deadly tales from holiday paradise.
Guam, a tiny US territory in the Pacific, has suddenly become a focal point of world attention.
Surrounded by lush gardens and fenced-off ponds of fish, QT's white and airy spaces speak holiday.
East of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, a tiny speck of island lies.
Rarotonga makes a strong play for being the perfect Pacific paradise.
Nothing is more exotic than a spell on a remote island.
When the setting is the star of the movie, that's a locale worth visiting.
Noosa is arguably the easiest destination in the country for a laid-back holiday.
One thing this tennis pro who taught the likes of Richard Nixon and Joan Collins knows is that it pays to be discreet.
What's it like to be a chef creating five-star meals on a remote island? Challenging.
It pays to cut yourself off from civilisation for a while - preferably on a tiny island paradise.
What better way to experience the Whitsundays than to float your own boat.