Espiritu Santo Island, Vanuatu Part 2

Next day we packed the airbeds, towel, snacks, water bottles and sunscreen in the water proof bag inside the backpack and caught the pontoon/hut across to main island. We decided to walk south down the East Coast Road to the Mavutor River. We passed a couple of interesting signs on the power poles!!!! “No tachem cable iven sapos I stap long graon. No claem antap long poslaet. Denja blong ded.” Which translates: No touch the cable. Even suppose it stop on ground. No climbing on top of long pole. Then you will be dead!   Select the photo below to see the sign on the post. It is not that difficult to understand Bislama! This creole language is one of the official languages of Vanuatu, along with French and English..

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