Obey The Rules, Travel Few Places in North Korea

Ever wanted to get a peak inside North Korea and see the people and places which are clouded by the politics of that
nation? You might be able to, says Christian Science
Monitor writer Steve Knipp
, but you’ll have to make sure to follow one rule: obey all the rules. Knipp relates
through his story how strict travel rules are in place by the North Korean government: no cellphones or telephoto
lenses, photo ID tags must be worn at all times and political statements are to be avoided. Tours routes are strictly
enforced, with few areas (like the pictured Diamond Mountains) open to casual visitors.