Travel's the best kind of education. It confirms or "un-confirms" our perceptions, it shows how the other half lives. It shows there are other places to contemplate beside our navel. It can also make us learn how to do things AND how not to do things as shown in other countries. We pretty much all know how it's going in North Korea. Not exactly heaven on earth. But, I'd still love to see for myself and if possible, though it may not be allowed, speak to the people like I did before the communist wall went down or in today's Cuba. Very interesting.<quoted text>
Again, bashing people because of where they do not travel. I have not idea of traveling to North Korea as I already have a pretty good idea what I will see.
I'm sure Justice ha ha Dale is not what we'd call a big traveller.