Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Other Places

A slideshow of rural North Korea. Click on the thumbnail pics below the main screen to view a larger picture. Link courtesy of Radley Balko.

Walter Block has a unconventional view of Iran.

Liberty magazine's Jayant Bhandan shares some observations from his travels in communist China.


At 7:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

With so much of their landscape still natural, they could make a fortune in tourism.

At 8:12 AM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

There is tourism in North Korea. Some companies specialize in it. From what I've read, they assign you a "guide" that makes sure you go to the right places and that you don't take pictures of the wrong things.

I've read a few accounts from the tourists. No real bad reviews but they do say you don't exactly have the run of the country when you go there.

At 9:31 AM, Blogger Travis said...

Ya they have to make sure you don't see the mass prisons and famine and keep you in the towns they built just for tourist but they don't have much oil of preshis metals so who cares


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