Thursday, February 11, 2010

Words of Wisdom from Thai Tourist Attractions


Awhile ago, we had an amazingly fun time being expats in Thailand. I recently came across a couple of photos I took when we lived there of signs that were up a couple of places we visited. At one point I had these framed in a guest bath.

I can't remember exactly where I took the pics, but the second below was at an elephant camp.

I think they translate into good guidelines for life, not just visiting attractions.

Basically:
1) minding your manners, and
2) a little common sense
can serve you well in life!

(I think that bottom part also says "no smoking".)

(Wonder how many cameras were lost to hungry elephants before this one went up!)

We're almost to the weekend!

xoxo

5 comments:

  1. Oh, that second one is too funny! I would totally frame that.

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  2. wow you've really traveled the world! i hope to do that kind of thing one day! :)

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  3. i like these signs. you should re-frame them.

    thanks for stopping by my blog. i saw your question about the rings,and yes, i did get them from the LV store. they even gave them to me in the cute little Louis Vuitton dust pouch! they always have extra clips and rings, so i'm sure they'll be happy to get you some. please let me know if you're able to get them.

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  4. It happens! Elephants love bananas. Especially Thai elephants!

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