I just hope that none of Ali Baba’s forty thieves are around. 😀
Photo taken behind a restaurant in San Pedro.
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I love your comment about Ali Baba’s 40 thieves! Perfect caption for the sign!
What a pretty smile you have. 🙂
😆 Do you have to say “Open Sesame” every time you enter the parking lot? BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Well of course you do, Rommel. It’s the ‘secret’ password. 😆
I would worry until I saw my car waiting safely for me in the parking area.
That’s understandable, adee. 😀
Yep! I’d feel very secure with Ali Baba on the security detail. How funny. Great sign for the challenge, I think!
I thought it was definitely worth a photo. 🙂
Why do I have the feeling the parking is actually not all that secure? 😕 😀
I just can’t imagine why you should feel that way, Phil. 😛
There’s something about a sign about security when the namesake is associated with thieves.
Hahaha….yes, not ideal, hey? 🙂
🙂 …. off topic … when is the return trip to the other Paradise?
We leave here on Wednesday 6th March and spend 10 days in England before returning to South Africa. 😦
Thanks for the scoop … If all goes as planned, you’ll be back is SA around the time my project will be over!
Secure? Not so much, but cool sign, ad.
Thanks, Gemma. Glad you enjoyed this fun sign. 🙂
Ha ha 🙂
Yes, I thought so too, Tandy. 🙂
No wonder you weren’t showing up in my reader, WP had done its unfollowing trick 😀
Ali Baba is commonly used among Spanish and Spanish speaking construction workers in Gib because of the huge amount of tools and materials that
get stolengo missing from construction sites.
That’s so funny. Then I suppose it’s a very apt name for a ‘secured’ parking area, 😀
Brilliant sign – especially with the holes in the fence!
Thanks, Rosie. Yes, it sure didn’t look very secure to me. 🙂
Secure cave parking – how cool 😉
Very nice ad 🙂
Glad you thought so, Hopestar. 🙂
Love it, but an invitation I would have to refuse.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
I don’t blame you one bit, Francine. 🙂
You made me smile! hugs Paula xx
That’s good. 🙂
Did you park there? did you get your car back??? with all those thieves about, I wouldn’t park there, well not unless old Ali can control them…
No we didn’t have a car to park, thankfully. We were just exploring and came upon it. 😀
LOL! This is an absolute classic! 😆
Glad it made you smile, Dianne. 😀
hahaha … what a fun post…!!!!!
Hubby and I had a laugh when we saw this sign. 🙂
Does this take magic carpets as well?
I’m sure they’ll take anything. 😆
I would hesitate to leave my car in that lot 😀
Yes, me too, Madhu. 🙂
Don’t think I would park there!
Me neither, Trudi. It didn’t look very secure to me. 🙂
‘We are the robbers of the woods,
And we rob everyone we can,
We steal the wealthy merchants’ goods,
And sack each caravan;
And we count forty thieves all told …’ 🙂
Very fitting little ditty, Col. ‘Chu Chin Chow’ to you too. 😀
My friend you post is Excellent!Have nice day !
Thanks so much, Stefan. 🙂
Where’s the camel parking spot?? 😛
Maybe there’s camel on the menu. 😀
Sure hope there is! geez carrying around people all day and getting no respect? seriously 😛
Love it 😀
I love coming across signage like that, it’s always worth a good laugh 🙂
I thought it was well worth a photo. 🙂
Imagine if they all show up, they could have a field day!
There was only a rusty old truck parked in there, Gilly. 🙂
I adore photos of signs. Excellent!
Thanks so much, Cee. 🙂