Support for English speaking tourists

On my walk today I discovered evidence of a new initiative to help English speaking tourists find their way around.

The tall person thought it would be very helpful for people who had forgotten how to climb steps.

I think it is a great idea.

Don’t forget to ‘keep walking’ Mr. and Mrs. Tourist!

30 thoughts on “Support for English speaking tourists

  1. Very funny and interesting photo! ” Keep walking” for steps! BOL!
    By the way, In Tbilisi, are there many signs written in English or the other languages? Woof?

  2. Your tall person, Bassa, has a fantastic sense of humor. Not only is he able to notice a funny thing but he also manages to make it even funnier.
    I laughed a lot, thank you!

  3. Interesting! the collies want signs like that for the cat pointing to a big pond… LOL…. not very sporting of the collies… LOL

    Great post I love seeing that on those steps! LOL

    God Bless You! Merry Christmas!!!

    Chuck and the Collies 🙂

  4. We were laughing at this picture! Where are these steps leading that someone might need prompting to keep walking….keep walking….?!! Ha, too funny!! Sometimes our mum is kind of tired, maybe she might need some reminders on how to climb! Thank you for the post, Bassa! x Berner Girls

  5. That is hysterical! I need to make a sign of that to hold up whenever I do something like trip in the middle of the sidewalk which, unfortunately, I frequently do. Keep walking, People. No need to stop and stare at the klutzy lady on the ground.

  6. i think they forgot the rest of the poem by Rumi:

    Keep walking, though there’s no place to get to.
    Don’t try to see through the distances.
    That’s not for human beings. Move within,
    but don’t move the way fear makes you move.

    p.s. Happy Christmas!

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