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Today began earlier. Waking up at 8am wasn't too bad. We took showers and dried ourselves off with the paper towels one last time! We got ready, and headed to breakfast. After a quick meal, we put together our bags and headed down stairs. We checked out of our room and waited for the bus to arrive. It eventually arrived and we were off to the train station! We arrived around 10:30am and our train left at 10:46am. We ...
... plane. This one was smaller and kinda smelled funny, but the flight was fine. We sat on the plane for about 20 minutes before I accidentally drooped my head and fell asleep- for 35 minutes. When I woke up, we hadn't taken off yet! The pilot said that this time (11:00am) was one of the heaviest times for flying so we took off almost an hour late, as we waited in a long line of taxying planes. Good thing we didn't have to make a connecting flight or we would have had to rush to the next ...
... we set out in search of that and in pretty short order we came across Spruengli Café. As we made our way upstairs we were lucky to find a seat since the place was packed with all sorts of locals and tourists having coffee, lunch or just an afternoon treat. We had a wonderful light meal which we of course then augmented with wonderfully decadent treats from their dessert case and then headed back out to see a bit of Zurich.
As we walked through the new part of ...
... We finally managed to find a t-shirt for a reasonable deal, 2 for 1 so Bradley got one too. We walked past another church and sat by the lake for a while enjoying the sun, before heading back to a cafe I had read about that was supposed to do especially good hot chocolates. The hot chocolate was amazing!!!! Definitely the best I've had, it was just delicious. Bradley had an espresso which was brave haha, and we shared a piece of yummy chocolate cake. We were ...
... I had read before going. Format-wise, I outline the most common arguments one can expect to encounter while planning a trip to North Korea.
Next, I neutrally underline the give and take, or sacrifices and gains, associated with each controversy. Lastly, I provide my personal insight into the subject, sharing experiences from my four-day, government-run summer tour of Pyongyang, Kaesong and Panmunjom, supporting with facts and research where appropriate.