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  • Red Creek Partners, LLC
    Manager, 2006 - present
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936-564-7720
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353 CR 2051, Nacogdoches, TX 75965
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I will always treasure the time I spent there. The Sariwon staff does everything in their power to make your stay a memorable one. At Sariwon Prison, I would awake each morning feeling refreshed and invigorated, and it was always fun to try to guess what new treats the chefs had dreamed up for that day. Forgetting troubling ideas about freedom, truth and the basic rights of all human beings can be difficult. The people at Sariwon relish the opportunity to help you forget, and they have been specially trained to show you how to see the beautiful truth all around you in North Korea. You will emerge from your stay with a new appreciation for how lucky you are to live in the eternal worker's paradise, for your Supreme Leader (he used to be just the spoiled child of a dictator, but now he's a demi-god with his finger on the nuclear button!) and a new-found fear of the evil, corrupting influence of all foreigners. If it weren't for your wonderful Democratic Peoples' Republic, you would live in a violent world of brutality and near-starvation, just like those poor, deluded people in the West. Check out Sariwon Prison for your next holiday. You'll be glad you did!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The Pig was very, very solid. Our waiter patiently explained the menu and the restaurant's local / fresh / nose-to-tail approach. The drinks (most non-alcoholic) were interesting and very tasty. We started with a charcuterie plate. Two kinds of bread, five kinds of meat, cheese, multiple condiments, and a variety of homemade pickles were a great starter. The beet greens, macaroni and cheese, ragu of wild boar were our favorites. Try it!
Food: ExcellentService: ExcellentDecor: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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