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Monday, December 20, 2010

yellow mellow Monday: Yellow warning




You can see me in blue.


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The warning is not a joke, people who went there saw falling rocks. We walked there with difficulties and then the water engineer told us now to linger. The waves were pounding on the rocks, the sea caves were wet, black and eerie.

I asked the water engineer what kind of expert was he to bring his wife and his son to such a dangerous place,

7 comments:

eileeninmd said...

I guess the water engineer would be able to keep you all safe. Neat photos.

Cheryl said...

Sounds as if it was one of those adventures that "nothing will happen" to me! At least you had an expert with you! Glad you enjoyed my last post! I haven't been feeling well the past few weeks and my blog is suffering...but I am still around to visit you all!

Ginny said...

Why did you go to this place, so dangerous! I see you are a daredevil like Betsy!! The big rock you are standing under looks like the profile of a face. You could have gotten cracked on the head!! First with the water post, now with the rocks!! What will you be up to next? Be careful.

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous!

Mellow Yellow, hope you can still take a peek even if I am late with my visit. Have a merry Christmas!

Kristin said...

Dangerous but full of adventure at the same time. Must be really careful. Luckily there's an expert at your side.

Splendid view. Thanks for visiting my last post. :-)

Reply to the question from previous post: Yes, people in the rural areas still lives in those village houses made of attap and wooden planks. It is a small minority. Most of the people live in brick houses now. Some in the village had renovated their houses by rebuilding into half brick and half wood. Younger generation had moved to town/city and most still living are the older generation. Many owners had also rented the houses to foreign workers.

Have a warm and merry Christmas!
Happy holiday too! Hope you enjoy yourself.

Windsmoke. said...

If i seen a sign warning of falling rocks i'd walk straight back in the direction i came, is it really worth getting injured for a photo.

Cildemer said...

Last year in Southern Portugal a part of a cliff fell on a beach killing several people!
If I saw such a sign I think I would go away! Don't like the idea of taking risks.

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