This doesn’t sound like my cup of tea:
Habitat for Humanity, the nonprofit group that builds low-cost housing, is opening an unorthodox ”theme park” at its world headquarters this week designed to give tourists a look at the world’s worst slums.
Millard Fuller, founder of the organization, said he expects the Global Village & Discovery Center to attract as many as 70,000 tourists in its first year of operation.
”Essentially, it’s a theme park for poverty housing,” Fuller told Reuters. ”You’ll come out of the center and walk right into a slum. You’ll see the kind of pitiful living conditions so many people in the world have.”