Just Outside Kimberley in S A. The Best of Getaway Funny Signs | Getaway Travel Blog

The Best of Getaway Funny Signs - Getaway Magazine

#Afrikaans #Idiome

#Afrikaans #Idiome

Afrikaans

'n Fout word 'n les. Pyn word 'n doel. 'n Gemors word 'n boodskap. 'n Toets word 'n getuigskrif - Elke struikelblok word 'n geleentheid - Tony A.

You see some interesting road signs in South Africa. BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner - www.belafrique.co.za

You see some interesting road signs in South Africa. Uploaded by Carolyn de Bruin

That's truly South African

A truly South African sentiment - for those who can't read Afrikaans, it says "Stay calm, we're going to braai now".

“My beminde” Papier Plekmatjies (24 Blaaie) | afrikana

“My beminde” Papier Plekmatjies (24 Blaaie)

“My beminde” Papier Plekmatjies Blaaie)

Only in Durban¡

Even the street beggars in Durban have a sense of humour lol ve seen this in Cape Town too!

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Sign on a gate in Vereeniging, South Africa.

Sign on a gate in Vereeniging, South Africa.

Only in Africa...

Old Git's Funnies: Funnies for Thursday

Taxi Hand Signs Stamp Issue from South Africa. South Africa is probably the only country in the world that has special hand signals that indicate to the taxi driver where his prospective client wants to go.

taxi hand gestures voted most important stamps 2011

Only in Africa! (only in africa, funny africa) - ODDEE

Only in Africa

11 pictures of this things that can only happen in Africa! (only in africa, funny africa)

Table Mountain National Park in South Africa    Photo by Rachel Kayy    Via flickr.com

17 More Really Funny Signs - Team Jimmy Joe

South African humour!

The South African Food Shop; For Biltong, Droewors, Boerewors and South African food products in the USA

The green and gold Cape parrot (Poicephalus robustus) is one of the most endangered parrots in the world. The only parrot endemic to South Africa, fewer than a thousand individuals survive in the last patches of its dwindling habitat of yellowwood forest. National Geographic is working to save this rare parrot.

rhamphotheca: “ Restoring Trees to Save the World’s Rarest Parrot South Africa’s Cape parrot needs more yellowwood trees to survive. by David Braun The green and gold Cape parrot (Poicephalus.

Funny Signs In South Africa. Sad, but true.

17 of Africa's funniest signs - Africa Geographic

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