Travel: Sign Posts on the Road

link to AIDS sign post image A sign post seen in the South Pacific reminding travelers of things to do (and don’t)…



It is notable that some of the small island states ( not the place where this picture was taken are already starting to fight their bare survival due to global warming … talk to some people in Kiribas – Kiribati)





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