Signage Sunday: But I don’t want to eat soil

Signage Sunday: But I don’t want to eat soil

Ages ago, I met the lovely Aneeta Madhavan from Talking Cranes for lunch in Bangalore. Which was a delight. Not just because Aneeta is fabulously interesting and fun, or that we were in a rather lovely hip place with delightful food. No, we were rather intrigued by...
Signage Sunday: Please leave your relatives

Signage Sunday: Please leave your relatives

We’re back on Indian signs again this week (I know, it’s been ages!) This rather large and impressive Police sign appeared close to where I lived a few weeks before I left. Apparently, there’d been a spate of ‘chain snatching’ and this...
Signage Sunday: A balanced diet

Signage Sunday: A balanced diet

Just a quick, little sign for you this week. Mostly because I’m away at the moment rolling about the Scottish Highlands and enjoying a little time off after a rather frantic period of travelling. So, it’s lovely to be hanging out with old friends, staring...
Signage Sunday: How’d you like your eggs?

Signage Sunday: How’d you like your eggs?

I’m guessing you might like them scrambled, or perhaps in an omelette, or even poached. How would you feel about having them pouched? I didn’t think so. Yet again, comedy spelling on menus in Hampi brings us an image of food that makes it less than...
Signage Sunday: No outside food

Signage Sunday: No outside food

This took me a while to get used to. You see it everywhere in India. No outside food. At first it made me wonder if there was inside food. Or if outside food was food from a rubbish bin. But obviously, you gentle reader, are quicker than I am. And are aware that it...