Interesting modes of transport from Bhutan   2 comments

They do say that signs are supposed to be very informative and they they drone on about every picture telling as story, so here is a sign on a van in a picture, you tell me what the story is.

Oh dear Bhutan

Is the lady in the blue shirt getting into the van, hijacking it or has been driving it? What is actually in the van? And why would you want to blow a horn when you are behind it? If anyone knows the answers to these questions do let me know.

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2 responses to “Interesting modes of transport from Bhutan

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  1. I would keep very far back from a vehicle like this!!!

    I saw something like this before in the form of a tee-shirt from a gentleman. It said

    “I’m a bomb technician, If i’m running keep up”!

    • Yes I know what you mean. I had a tshirt once that related to the same subject. I was black and had a picture of my all time favourite cartoon character, Wile E. Coyote on it silhouetted by an enormous explosion with the simple caption underneath that just said “Blast.”

      You know Tammy I wore that tshirt everywhere, it was like almost a part of my skin at one stage, unfortunately the “stage” I have in mind was the time I wore it a flight to New York, it was the first flight out of London after 9/11.

      To cut a long and painful story short I go hot on the airplane and took my sweatshirt off and walked to immigration with a lot of people giving me strange looks and when I chatted merrily to the guy behind the desk I thought it was strange that I seemed to be getting more than my fair share of, “what is the purpose of your visit and how long are you staying” type questions, but when they realised that I wrote animated TV and was heading to LA they seemed to relax, obviously i wasn’t going to be New York’s problem for more than a day or so and they were fine about that.

      You know I have never ever flown to or used Newark Airport as a transfer point since then and will I imagine always avoid the place. I have to say I do love New York though.

      Haver a great weekend.


      The Cat

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