“We are not crazy!”

May 27th, 2011
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Most people wonder how moving through the DPRK by bus – with constant supervision – can be any more enjoyable than a lengthy car ride through an unvarying, monochromatic and silent environment. But for our group, driving through the countryside was anything but the sort. At the beginning, everyone – age and generational differences aside

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