Travel: Sign Posts long before the Rugby championship

link to sign post image A sign post seen in New Zealand before the Rugby championship had commenced in France… Be assured, we all feel “very” sorry about the outcome…



we have seen similar signs for Penguins and Kangaroos but this one we liked most…

so do stay alert at night













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