Sign Language: Child Abuse?

As we learn our way around the different neighborhoods, describing where we mean by memorable landmarks has been the way to go.  Yesterday, I said to Robert – “You know where I mean, next to the place where they blow up babies…” and realised that it needed a photo!  So here you are….

BTW, Philippinos are very kind, gentle and good with kids (honest!)

2 thoughts on “Sign Language: Child Abuse?

  1. That’s hilarious, Caroline! Funny, I thought that Phillipinos spoke tangalog – I didn’t expect an english sign. Are you finding both languages are spoken, or one more than the other? Virtual hugs!


    • Tagalog is the main national language, but English is very widely spoken. And — at least in the areas I am in — most of the signs are in English.


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