Posted: Sep 1, 2008
|I would have to say Sydney Australia. Been there twice aboard the USS Dixie, and of all the foreign ports of call that I had liberty in. The one foreign country that would like to back too would be Australia. The people are so friendly and warm you can't but help to have a good time there.|
Posted: Sep 21, 2008
|Subic bay the Phillipines, was the best port out of all of them. This was adult disney land and it was also a good place to visit and the San Miguel beer was good as well, as the food.|
Posted: May 21, 2009
|There were a few......|
Hong Kong, Singapore....Honolulu, HI. But my favorite would still have to be my homeport of San Diego, CA.
Our homeport changed after returning from VN. We were homeported out of Treasure Island in San Fran. for a while then moved over to Oakland. No offense but Oakland was NOT my favorite Liberty Port! LOL
|AHH Favorite Liberty Port. Subic is near the top. The beer gave you the green runs the first night and next day but after that you seemed to adjust to it. Anyone remember the drink MOJO, light and dark rum, pinapple juice and a bottle of San Miguel? LOL sounds like hell but really not too bad. Not for an old fart like me now tho. |
I loved Koashung. Oh what beautiful women there were and you could have the time of your life for under ten bucks. A bottle of American or Canadian whickey went a long way with the girls. The didn't drink it, just made a lot of money with it. Lots of good ports on west pac Rick
|What about the east coast now? OK all the north Europe ports were good. Med ports, Pireius/Athens Greece was really good in 65 and 66. Beruit Lebanon was a jewel. A few years later after the stupid mooslums got done it was a hell hole for years and still is to some extent. But in 65 and 66 they had beautiful beaches, freindly people of all religions and man such gorgeous and built dark eyed olive skinned beauties. |
Palma De Mloorca was nice. Naples had some good points. One was you could get a bus and go somewhere else for sight seeing. watch those little boys tho cause they are the best damned pick pockets in the world. So many good ones in the Med. Palerma, Toronto, Reggio and Venice. Istanbul Turkey was good. Lots to see anyway. Not many good ports South of the Suez tho. Bombay was memorable as was Mombassa. Pakistan was canceled. Bahrain had a nice British EM club and the Brit Sailors were tops. Great fun like the Aussie and NZ sailors. AHHH Valetta Malta, the walled city on an island. I didn't see any Falcons there tho. I think Bogie had the only one. I could go on. Geesh I saw so many different bars around this world LOL Rick
|I was first in Subic in 67, Olongopo. What a place. After the Med ports Olongopo was like a frontier town. Dirt streets and all. Be careful where you go as you might end up with a butterfly knife in your gut. Only the main street were allowed. All side streets were off limits. In 73 man what a difference. Paved roads andmore civilized male population. Well Marcos had disarmed them. Marcos did clean the place up a lot and paved some new roads between there and Manila as well as Clark AFB. I heard the shoe business was booming too. In 67 the girls would take you to a hotel. In 73 they were taking you home with them. You get a good nights sleep thanks to San Miguel and wake up in the morning with a smiling face holding a piece of paper and then you say. " I MARRIED WHAT"??????? :-)) Rick|
Posted: Jan 24, 2010
|Subic is up near the top to be sure. I went many times in the late '70's on USS Midway. Along with Perth, Australia. But my all time favorite was Palma Spain, we hit that port a few times in '88 and '89 on USS Sylvania.|
Posted: Oct 25, 2010
|Anywhere in Australia!!! I stopped in in Darwin twice and even visited a nude beach there. I also spent a week in Sydney on the way back from Iraq in 2003. That was crazy!!! I did meet my cousin who lives there he had me over to his place and showed me all around.|
Posted: Nov 9, 2010
|For me it was a toss up between St. Martin and Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. St. Martin was amazing with crystal clear blue water and great sand. Of couse being a partially French island there were nude beaches which were also great. Puerto Viejo is near the Costa Rica/Panama border. It was an equally amazing little beach town, but to my knowledge not many, if any oppoutunities for nudists.|
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