Snežana Radojičić, a writer and nomad, has been cycling around the world since 2011. She has crossed about 55,000 kilometers and visited 40 countries. She recently “said goodbye” to Asia and Oceania, and before going to the Latin American continent, she will host a number of travel tribunes in the region.
At the tribune at the National Library of Montenegro “Đurđe Crnojević” which will be held on Tuesday, December 4 at 6pm, she will briefly describe her journey, from the time when she’s said “no” to conventional life, until now. She will talk about the biggest challenges during her seven-years old “rolling”, as well as about the most favorite and most unusual country in the world.
The reason for the coming is the publication of the book “North Korea – Journey through the Country of Kim Jong-un”. Snežana has been riding bicycle for seven days through the world’s most confined country. How hard is it to get there? Is it difficult to get a visa? Is it possible to move freely through Korea? What is the truth, and what is propaganda? What does life look like in that country?
You can find answers to these and other questions about life in North Korea at the tribune, that will also include showing some videos that have not been published anywhere, nor will they be available on the Internet.
At the tribune you will be able to buy some of the previously published titles of this travel writer (Via Himalayas and Gobi Nomad), as well as the latest travelogue photo-monograph “North Korea – Journey through the Country of Kim Jong-un”. It is a top-equipped book on 300 pages, with about 400 full colored photos. The price of the book is 15 €.