Signs

When you’re travelling in a country whose language you don’t speak, read or write, words looks like unfamiliar squiggles, sentences look like a series of unfamiliar squiggles and signs, even the seemingly mundane ones,  sometimes look like modern art.  After a while even signs in your own language start to look surreal.  Here are a few of my favourite moments of illiteracy and English that made me look a little longer.

Made of straws

Tuk Tuk

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2 responses to “Signs

  1. Karin

    truly wonderful , what an ameezing experience it must have been !

  2. MoVan

    Htat one of hte bahtroom service is one of my favourites. 🙂

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