If you keep your eyes open, you’re more than likely to come across plenty of quirky, funny and nonsensical signs all over the world. Here are a few from my travels that have given me a few giggles from typical British sarcasm to just plain random African musings.
During our time gorilla trekking in Uganda we stayed in a quiet little village up in the mountains of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. All we could see for miles around was the lush green jungle and mountains covered in a foggy mist. It must be one of the quietest places I’ve ever been to – away from the constant hum of the big cities and towns in Uganda, no beeping horns of trucks and bikes, or the hustle and bustle of people everywhere. It was blissful and made a nice change to the noise we had become used to in Kenya and Tanzania.
The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa – for he has so much to look forward to.” Richard Mullin
For my first post about one of my adventures, the only thing that I could possibly talk about is somewhere that is very close to my heart. In fact, it’s somewhere so close to my heart that I’m pretty sure I left it there when I returned home and it’s been calling me back ever since.