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The Albin/Juliars in South Africa

Signs & Such

We always get a kick out of reading the signs in this country. Sometimes a sign is just eye-catching, sometimes it states something a little bit differently than we do in the States, and sometimes it has an odd juxtaposition of elements.

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We never checked what the gifts were.

Not a sign, but a pretty picture.

Uh-uh-uh, Noah! Can't you read the sign?

A brand name for a popular ice cream. Actually, ice cream is not as popular here as it is in the US. Often it is labeled “frozen dessert” and has a lot of air whipped into it.

We like this much better than the “School” or “Children” signs in the US.

It makes one wonder what kind of doctors they have here. Or, so that's how they did the first heart transplant.

© 2001 by Michael Juliar. All rights reserved.
Last updated: 15-May-2001