|Port Louis, Mauritius, 1991|
This one, for example, was a shingle on a store in the capital of Mauritius. Perhaps I should have gone inside to find out just what they were selling. Mauritius, in case you didn't know, is far more multi-racial and multi-cultural than nearly any other country, but it does not appear to be politically correct (at least, it wasn't in 1991). We would never get away with such a sign in Australia.
|Jimboomba, SE Queensland 2014|
|St Lucia Park, Mérida, Mexico, 1992|
|At toll post, Puebla, Mexico, 1992|
There is nothing wacky about this sign at all.
|Tankavaara, Finland, 1993|
I just put it in to remind you that moose don't live only in America, though in Europe they are called elk.
|Aussie World, Sunshine Coast, QLD, 1993|
|Wangdiphodrang, Bhutan, 1994|
|Sri Lanka, 1995|
Not actually a sign, but a really distinctive brand. Not that the cow would appreciate it, I suppose. (Gary Larsen once draw a cartoon of something like this.)
|Meandarra (QLD) Lutheran Church, 2003|
courtesy Rev. Leon and Mrs Theophila Philippi (my wife's parents)
|Dog toilet, Sjaeland Ferry Terminal, Denmark, 1996|
|Harare, Zimbabwe, 1998|
|Royal Natal National Park, South Africa, 1998|
|Traffic sign not far from Hluhluwe, South Africa, 1998|
Can anyone tell me what this means? ->
|Cape Province, South Africa, 1998|
In a country with many languages and a lot of illiteracy, "Use Low Gear" would not suffice.
|Warkworth, New Zealand, 2015|