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Old 10-27-2011, 03:06 PM   #85
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Being stationed there I ate some things I do not want to know what they were. I figured that enough beer would kill all the germs, and make anything taste good.

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Did the San Miguel, the monkey meat (taste like chicken), never drunk enough for the baluts.
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Had monkey meat on a stick, drank plenty of San Miguel and Mojo, tried balut. Always tried to get the lumpia at Peoples Cafe in Olongapo. For the rest of the PI I preferred the Miami Club in Subic. Just a short jeepney ride away.
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