A travel blogger documents his travels to various international destinations including countries that are not frequently visited such as North Korea and Lebanon.
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After returning from the DMZ we were scheduled to visit the war museum. This is the pride and joy of the DPRK, as this is where they collect the spoils of victory to showcase to the world. Outside the war museum, a huge number of statues feature the victorious DPRK battling back the imperialistic Americans. […]
I’m usually apprehensive about visiting animal sanctuaries, as too many road-size zoos call themselves sanctuaries to make a quick dollar. As soon as I set foot at the Alturas Wildlife Sanctuary, which is located halfway between Uvita, and Dominical, my worries were laid to rest. This is clearly somewhere that cares about the welfare of […]
To access the DMZ from Pyongyang entails several hours of driving on a large 10 lane highway that often only has one vehicle on the highway. The highway is large to impress outsiders, but because it is so large it is not maintained properly. The most interesting part of this drive was when we stopped […]
When visiting Pyongyang, expect endless propaganda on how each monument is the result of the genius of the Kim Jong-Un family dynasty. Each fantastical story is so far-fetched, that the story escapes you before you have time to grasp it. For instance, I might look at a painting, and be told that the colors match […]
Air Koryo, the national airline of the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) is the only airline that flies to North Korea. As soon as you board the plane you enter the twilight zone. Communist music plays in the background, and a newspaper with propaganda is waiting for you. From glancing at the newspaper Kim […]
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