What exactly is sold at a “gems and moist shoppe,” you ask?
Listen, your guess is as good as mine.
Just please, please don’t say “moist.”
Photo taken in Santa Fe, Nueva Vizacaya, Philippines
Hilarious, silly and confounding travel photos, captioned for your snarky pleasure. Because travel is like life -- and life is often funny.
In the Philippines, “wang-wang” is popular street lingo for “blaring sirens.”
The country’s president, Benigno Aquino III,
associates the term with politicians and wealthy folks
who yell, shout, and otherwise abuse their power.
In Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport,
posters like this one are used to shame those
who try to sling their weight around and cut security lines.
So, in the spirit of the Philippines…
here’s wishing all your airports are no wang-wang zones.
Photo by the well-traveled JD Andrews,
photographer & videographer of earthXplorer
The true spirit of Hawai’i, captured in one simple sign.
Photo taken on the Big Island by my dear Danger Jill Robinson
In the event of a tsunami, you want me to run in which direction?
Towards the water?
Well, because it’s a construction van in France –
Photo taken in Montpellier by my dear Christine Cantera,
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