Pictures: The signs of Doi Inthanon

One of the joys of living in a foreign country are the signs written in English; inevitably, some just don't quite come out right. Here's a handful of the signs we saw while at Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain in Thailand, last Jan.

Apparently a number of visitors have been hurt recently, so no throwing glass bottles. Plastic ones, however, are fine:

100120 Doi Inthanon Sign

Something is bound to come sliding around the corner, so beware of it:

100120 Doi Inthanon Sign

No dirty visitors allowed in the park:

100120 Doi Inthanon Sign

You are free to take any garbage you want:

100120 Doi Inthanon Sign

You can throw away one piece of garbage; the rest you must take home with you:

100120 Doi Inthanon Sign


Jeremy and Patti said...

I think you misinterpreted that last one. It means you can only throw one piece of trash per bin. You just have to go around until you can find enough bins to throw all your trash away!

James Garriss said...

Could be!