The sign makes me think of "Wheel of Fortune"I'd like to buy an "e" Pat.But "TAEAWA" sounds like it could be a Thai Word perhaps.
Oh Thai. Yummmm. Also a good place for Asiatown (now Europetown) to make his debut on your blog. I'm a teacher/writer/paralegal/jack of all trades and have been toying with a summer job in Israel which could possibly extend into the fall. If you or your readers have any ideas or want to see my c.v. just ask at zeev_2003 at yahoo.comThanks-hope I wasn't being rude.
Savta,Our dear Chancy thought the sign sounded Thai. My knee-jerk reaction was that it was a sign from New Zealand. the first thing I thought of was was the Maori opera singer Kiri Te Kanawa (had to look that up). After I took a closer look I realized what the sign actually said. But thanks anyway. I guarantee you I never would have checked out the opera singer otherwise!Have a wonderful week, Savta,lucyd
Chancy, I thought it was a Thai word for quite a while. Then I realized GoldenLucy was right: the restaurant was named after the Maori opera singer Kiri Takeaway!
OOOOHH, Savta! That hurt!
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