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Will it one day be possible to take the train from Moscow to Seoul? Twice a month sleeping cars provided by North Korean Railways run between the Russian and North Korean capitals, while four trains a month from Moscow go as far as the first border station inside North Korea at Tumangan, for onward connections to Pyongyang. Scenically, the route across the short border with Russia looks the most promising as the line takes a coastal route with views over the Sea of Japan.  The service is not new - but only in the the last year or so have tourists been able to take advantage.  Carl Meadows, North Korea specialist at Regent Holidays, said: "The final leg to Pyongyang is the last great Trans-Siberian branch line, but for many years only North Koreans were allowed to cross the border. Since around 12 months ago, however, foreign travellers have been permitted too. "It still requires quite a bit of planning and is subject to delays. Once you cross into North Korea the train is very slow - it takes about 30 hours just to get from the border to Pyongyang." A monument in PyongyangCredit:©Mieszko9 - stock.adobe.com/Pryakhin Mikhail More frequent are train services to North Korea’s other ally, China. Kim Jong-un took his 21-carriage armoured train to Beijing in March, and four sleeping-car trains a week make the journey between the two capitals. The few who have reported on the journey talk of power outages and poor track, but relished the journey for its rarity value. And what of services over the DMZ? Trains have sporadically run across the 4km Demilitarised Zone between North and South Korea since the peninsula’s rail network was severed in June 1951. The first, after 56 years, ran on 17 May 2007 when a five-car train from each country took different routes across the border with invited guests from North and South on board.

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Many people are learning that travel is much cheaper and more accessible than ever, but don't know where to start. If you want your trip to go smoothly, you need to learn everything you can about traveling.

Leave most of your items of value at home. An excess of valuables will make you an obvious target for theft.

As you travel abroad, be conscious of the taxi services you use. Be sure that you choose legitimate operators. Anyone can pose as a taxi service, and you don't know what someone might do or where you might be taken.

If your travel takes you to amusement parks or any other place that requires tickets, purchase them online. Many times you can print them at home and save some money, too. Sometimes you can get a good deal, or even if you don't, the small fee you pay is worth it, as you will get to skip the long admission lines. Also, if the park offers timed entry, you can use it to skip the admission line.

Check your alarm clock in your room after you arrive at your hotel. You do not want to be subject to the alarm needs of the previous guest. In order to get the most rest, turn the alarm off or set it for the time you actually want to be awake.

Allow a family member access to your travel itinerary. This way, your loved one knows where you always are. Make certain to stay in close touch with that individual. If they know where you are and hear from you on a regular basis, there will be no need for concern.

It is always tempting to bring unnecessary things from home when traveling. To ensure that you don't take too many things, only take the toiletries that you need. Jot down the toiletries use typically use daily and really need. Pack the most important things.

Keep travel essentials in one place. Avoid wasting time searching for all the little things you only use for traveling. Buy a inexpensive plastic bin to keep all of your travel items together. One good idea is to keep the bin under your bed where it is out of the way but still easy to access the next time you want to travel.

Carry matches or a business card from the hotel with you. If traveling in a foreign city, this will help others give you directions to your hotels if you're ever lost. This is helpful, especially for those in unfamiliar places.

Find out about what travelers coverage and perks that your credit card company, travel clubs and other affiliations can offer. You might be already covered for cancelled flight that get charged to the card. You should research a bit before leaving.

When you travel try your best to educate your family as much as you can along the way. By taking time and preparing, there is nothing to fear from the developing world. It is a great way to show other cultures to children. Going abroad is the best way to learn about other cultures. This, in turn, helps you develop tolerance and respect for them.

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Seoul Skyline Every dish is not only vegan, but noticeably absent of alliums (think: onions, garlic, and scallions). For over 50 years, this humble, family-owned operation smack dab in the heart of one of Seoul’s busiest districts has been doling out piping hot bowls of knife noodles (made by cutting the dough into thin strands with a knife) in aromatic chicken broth, as well as baskets of steaming-hot dumplings. The kimchi the food arrives with is equally famous; it’s intensely garlicky and flecked with deep red Korean chilis. Since the 1930s, this mainstay has served just two dishes: gomtang (beef bone soup) and suyuk (boiled beef). While the suyuk is excellent, it’s the gomtang that packs in the crowds. Within minutes of ordering, you’ll be presented with an oversized bowl filled with clear broth and a generous amount of rice. Garnish with sliced green onion and a pinch of salt, dig in, and you’ll understand why this spot’s been doing brisk business for so many decades. Up until recently, Korea’s beer offerings were extremely limited, and honestly, not very good. But with the growing popularity of craft beers, there’s plenty of reasons to clink your pint glasses.

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