So lets say an astronaut was being sucked into a black hole and was able to escape spaghettification and all the death a black hole brings. Since black holes bend space-time itself, the astronaut would experience a differen't time zone than an outside observer (time is relative). The astronaut would see time moving normally, but would see the rest of the universe in a fast forward. Black holes evaporate due to Hawking Radiation, so would the astronaut see the black hole evaporate before he even reaches it? Or would the astronaut experience the black hole in his own time frame, while the rest of the universe sees the black hole evaporate away?