Totally unplugged in the Philippines

Totally unplugged in the Philippines

There are 1 comment on the Nashoba Publishing Online story from Jun 18, 2013, titled Totally unplugged in the Philippines. In it, Nashoba Publishing Online reports that:

"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.

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D sucks

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Jun 18, 2013
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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