beer, or in Vietnam, Saigon Ðò (red).
Today I had a bottle with a bowl of Pho, delicious.
33 was originally brewed by the French based on a German recipe. It’s now
brewed by Heineken’s Saigon Beer Company in Ho Chi Minh City. Like the
mysterious 33 on a bottle of Rolling Rock, no one knows the exact origin or
reason for the number.
Saigon beers get average ratings on beer review sites, but when accompanied
by a hot bowl of vietnamese noodles (Pho) no beer taste better.
via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/ho4gEh
Meredith Kercher, a student on the Erasumus study abroad program, was killed in Perugia on the night of November 1st, 2007. One of her roommates was charged with participating in the murder: US student Amanda Knox, was also in Perguia studying, but not as a part of a program. On the six year anniversary of the murder you would expect that the media would accurately report on the developments in the trials of those who are accused.
This is a fascinating case. it's sad how inaccurate mainstream media can be at times.
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