Totally unplugged in the Philippines
Jun 18, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Nashoba Publishing Online
"Eat a lot while you still can," our guide said, shrugging casually. "We were going to buy more fish for tomorrow in that last village, but they didn't have any.
Saint Paul, MN
Maybe there were more than 30 boats of Chinese poachers at a time maybe it's 300 or 3,000. Severe damages are hard to reverse.
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