A collection of directional signs from around the world.
At three we were heading back for lunch at the pub in the village on the Aran Island of Inisheer in Ireland.
El Asadero (BBQ) That Way’, a yellow directional sign at a fair in Bucerias, Mexico. A sign reads ‘Hippies Use Back Door’ at 17 Mile House, a historic inn (& pub) in Sooke on Vancouver Island, Canada. Signs in the Parque National Quebrada del Condorita in Argentina; this is kilometre 10 and we still haven’t seen any condors. Directional signage at Ghent’s STAM Museum of the City (Belgium). Arrows pointing out the landmarks at the Western Front in World War 1 include ‘Beaumont-Hamel, 3/4 mile’ and the ‘Danger Tree’, only a short distance away, where the majority of soldiers died. Directional signs using pointing hands at a temple in Japan. The Swill Craft Beer Dispensary in Anacortes is OPEN.Sign in Laos, pointing to the ‘Khem Namkar Rataurant with Water Cold’.Signs at Stevns Klint in Denmark.
This handmade sign in Malaysia appears to be pointing in several directions but in actuality it is pointing everyone in the right direction.