While I move around the island, I often encounter things that make me smile or even ‘laugh out loud’! So I thought I would share them with you to brighten your day too. :)
Ladder-tree or tree-ladder?
Those coconuts are not always easy to gather. Here is a clever way to get to them!
Would that be a fairy tale or a nursery rhyme?
Translation: ‘comptine’ in french is a nursery rhyme while ‘cantine’ is a canteen.
Mmmh… So where do they sell those sheep without legs!
Translated literally ‘mouton sur pattes’ means sheep on legs. If anyone knows what it really means, please let me know.
What a nice and friendly way to do business!!!
Quand zébu, z’ai plus soif! :)
I don’t see any zebu ox for sale on this farm. And the sheep here have legs too!! :)
Creative flower pot
Now how did that tree get there!
Thanks! Were it not for the sign, I might just have had a little dip in the muddy water with the crocodiles! :)
This one is a screen-shot taken from my analytics while I was checking the keywords people used when they found my website. I laughed so much I had to keep that one.
Number 10 means (in a nice language!) “To sit down to do your big business!”. Now who the heck searches that on the internet and why. I still wonder today! :)
I hope that you did smile and laugh with me. I’ve titled this one part 1 as I do hope I’ll collect some more gems for a part 2 in the future.
If you do encounter some things that makes you smile while you visit the island, send them here and I’ll include them in a future post.