the appositeness of the phrase getting off at redfern struck our roving correspondent with all the force of teutonic bombs as the limousine bus pulled into that wind-blasted car-park near the old imjingang station last stop before a river crossing (that broken bridge the one that used to go to chosŏn the other mystical fatherland (that got waylaid by arirang & sŏn'gun that number one hit with a bullet known as chuch'e picture then the scene complete with invisible sax as the tourists wandered around the wrecked locomotives strolling nonchalantly beside ponds filled with lilies & over everything piped or were they real sax sounds appearing as if from nowhere or else an ancestor park the sax player herself (the old ajumma oh broken world
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Piped music. Srsly, I like the ending, D. Are you going to do one about the bus tour guide? 😉
Remind me again … ?
“You may bring your camera but not a camera case. Okay. Camera but no case. One year, we had to turn the bus around, so please don’t bring your camera case. And please don’t take picture of North Korean side. It is very bad. Very bad. So please, don’t take picture. Okay”
“I will now *bleep* you here, okay. It is very good. Very good when I *bleep* you here. So please make a noise now. You may make noise.” Etc.