Bus stop displays new linguistic skills!

As we waited to cross a road today I noticed that our local bus stop has learned a new language.

In addition to displaying bus routes and times in Georgian it now also displays them in English.

I think that it is wonderful that Tbilisi is doing everything it can to prevent the tall person getting lost when he goes out without me!

17 thoughts on “Bus stop displays new linguistic skills!

  1. He’s lucky to have you, Bassa. The world can be a confusing place without the vision and wisdom of a dog leading the way. I hope he does OK.

    Love and licks,

    • He used to get confused by the different levels in our neighborhood Dianda. We live on a mountain. Fortunately, there is a very tall tree behind our place and it’s usually visible 🙂

  2. LOL Bassa, I thought it was for when tourists visit, not for the people who live there. 😉 Imagine, the tall person goes to London all by himself but he needs help with the transport where he lives! :-0

  3. Gosh, it’s hard enough to read signs in another language – but another alphabet makes it really difficult. I had that problem in Japan, but relied a lot on the kindness of strangers!

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