Hello Nicole 😊
I dont know if I am what u are interested in, or not.
Feel free to ask me questions, if u want.
Here is my list of black tourism
I was travelling behind the iron curtain in 1989, a couple of months before the revolution.
I will be going to Iran, this month. I suppose that could be considered black tourism, because so many are disatisified with the government.
I visited some indiginuous indian villages in Mexico, a few weeks after the Mexican army slaughtered many of the village people.
I visit a British prisoner in Bangwang prison, whenever I am in Bangkok.
When I am in Bangkok, I also visit a slum, to give my daughters secondhand clothes to a charity there.
I was in Taillinn, while the Russians were rioting, last April.
I was in Egypt around 10 years ago, while there was a danger of terrorists attacking tourists.
I also visit war museums, concentration camps or anything to do with aspects of history I am interested in.
As soon as Burma has a democracy I plan to to there.
Well, I think that is my black list completed. Everyplace else I visited was more cheerful.
'Why go to these dark places?',
'Why visit sites associated with death and disaster?',
'What was the appeal or the thought process behind visiting?',
'What motivated you?'
I want to become a more compassionate person.