Another day, more highlights (Tuesday 16 September). It started with a morning walk through Mount Peaktu’s secret camp with many painted walls applauding the socialist worker’s ethic. Next was the grand monument on the banks of lake Samji. Many sculptures of heroic battle and an immense 15 meter high statue of Kim Il Sung, which meant paying our respect by bowing. This procedure would re-occur on some other occasions during the trip. After this, we headed back to the airfield. Of course, a flight back in the beautiful Il-18D makes any day a good one. But it was not over yet. After witnessing a remarkable entry on the arrivals board, a flight from Inchon, South Korea, it was time for the An-148 pleasure flight. I did not take this and with some others, we were allowed to stay on the taxiway and take photos of its departure and arrival. This day, Tuesday 16th, will mostly be fixed in my memory for yet another stop on this packed day. We drove up to Korean People’s Army Museum of Weapons & Equipment, the first western group to visit this relatively new place. It consists of three buildings and a courtyard. I had seen the map at the entrance with rows of aircraft and although the inside exhibitions are very impressive indeed, of course I was eager to go outside. Luckily, the colonel guiding us had the same instinct, hurry up, much more to see than tanks, dioramas and scale models… At last, we boarded the small train that took us through the yard. No less than seventeen aircraft and helicopters are parked under sheds, exhibiting every type ever used. When I say every type, I mean every type. From the Yak-18A to the Su-25 and even MiG-29! Truly an amazing experience, no photography allowed unfortunately…. We whizzed by these, maybe next year walk by instead of using the train… Moreover, maybe allow photography? This excellent visit was concluded with a visit to the large gift shop, not the small one in hall 2, so do not linger there. In this shop, box sets of metal desk top models of the complete Air Koryo fleet could be purchased. And these were sold out to a thankful enthusiast group.