Mais uma vez muito obrigado, tanto ao caro TOMSK, como ao ShadIntel.Agora não deixa de ser interessante esses submarinos, ainda se fabrica :oops: ora podendo esses submarinos lançar turpedos, resta saber quantos, tendo uma tamanho bastante pequeno, se comparado com um normal, levando uma tripulação também bastante reduzida, certamente que não deixam de meter respeito no minimo :?: sei que temos um mar bem agitado, de qualquer maneira gosta de saber vossa opinião, até porque creio eu, devem de ser submarinos dificeis de encontrar, se disse alguma burrice sorry .
el modelo norcoreano del que derivaria el nuevo SSC cubano
Se um dia precisarem de visitar a Coreia do Norte vejam o que precisam de saber http://wikitravel.org/en/North_Korea
Independent travel is not permitted. If you are not prepared to accept limitations on your movements and behavior, you should not travel to the DPRK at the present time.
Visiting North Korea is a bureaucratic nightmare, and your every move will be monitored by your guides.
your guides will generally do their best to stop you from actually meeting any ordinary citizens. Ordinary North Koreans are forbidden to interact with you without authorization from the government.
Your guides will take your passport and keep it during your stay in North Korea
North Korean immigration may get suspicious and demand a "fine" or keep your passport when you leave if they don't like what they see.
North Korea's sole airline, Air Koryo (...) has been banned in the EU due to concerns over safety.
Currency handling is often bizarre, with a frequent lack of change and a number of rule-of-thumb conversions leading to highly unorthodox transactions.
you need to watch what you say and how you say it. Just do what the guides do, praise every stop on your tour, and remember the "if you can't say anything good, say nothing at all" rule.
you are not to take photos of anything military, including personnel, or to take photos that would show the DPRK in a bad light. Try to recognize a good photo opportunity, raise your camera at a reasonable speed, compose and take the picture, and lower the camera at a reasonable speed. Try not to spend overly long times composing a perfect masterpiece, or make fast, or furtive motions. This will only call attention to yourself and the image you are trying to take and can result, whether justified or not, in your being told to delete the image.
Drinking water is untreated
insulting [the leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il] in any way is illegal and will get you and (much more so) your guides into trouble. (...) from fines to lengthy prison sentences or even death.
tour groups to the DPRK are asked to solemnly bow on one or two occasions in front of statues of Kim Il Sung (...) be sure you always act in a respectful manner around images of the two leaders.
Your guides will demand that you surrender your mobile phones to security at the airport.