first post updated with the rest of the pics! Yeah it was one hell of an experience. By the end i really felt conflicted tho, it was like i felt guilty, for me it was an experience of a lifetime, but for the 20,000 people who lost their homes it wasnt fun, and an estimated 300,000 people in total have been killed of affected by the radiation. I wont forget it for a long time tho. Id advise anyone whos thinking about it to just do it tho. Getting there was such a strawberry floating nightmare, but in the end, it was more than worth the hassle.
Emily, we stayed for about 3 - 4 hours. Apparrently its fine for a day to stay there, but hang around too long and you wont be leaving! The scariest part is when you leave, you have to go through decontamination. Its like a turnstile at a football ground, you stand on it, put your hands on the side, and if youre clean, you get a green light and the little gate opens. If youre not clean....it doesnt open
Mini E if youd like to translate any of this feel free, im curious to know myself