The Associated Press has published photos of opening day at a nearly 30-year-old summer camp in North Korea on July 29, 2014.OK, the story's a year old, but still, what great fun!
The Songdowon International Children’s Camp in Wonsan is supposed to help young foreigners (especially from Communist countries) get acquainted with the isolated country, attracting over 300 attendees from Russia, China, Vietnam, Ireland and Tanzania, the AP reports. Charging $270 per child, the government-subsidized camp boasts activities like cooking, volleyball, swimming at a private beach, boating and even access to a water slide. Accommodations include air-conditioned rooms with video games.
Tuesday, June 09, 2015
I'm sure all our diversity-loving, open-minded, somewhat totalitarian (why else would they like government so much) friends on the left will be packing up their kids and sending them to an international summer camp like this one: