Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Countryside No More


This old building is located on the southbound road heading out of town. It was probably a supply shed for agricultural tools and machinery, but has been long abandoned. It was also, once upon a time, far outside of town. Now it finds itself in town, on a busy highway.
It is located across the road from the new Famila supermarket and you can see one of our high schools just behind it to the right. This is either the Professional Institute for Marine Industry and Activities or the Professional Institute for Hotel and Restaurant Services. This is kind of like my "police confusion" (see yesterday's post), there are just too many high schools, each with a particular slant, for me to keep straight.

6 comments:

VP said...

I have some idea of how the various police forces work, but don't ask me about high schools: it's a mess!

Luis Gomez said...

Wow! not much else to say.

Phivos Nicolaides said...

My wife is a teacher in a high school! Please note that I have added you to my travelling blogroll! If you have time I invite you to visit it! Kind regards, Philip

Chuck Pefley said...

Villages and towns do have a way of spreading out, eh? Sort of like our income ... we always manage to spend up to or just beyond available resources -:)

valeria said...

Hey, what a cute shape, it almost looks like a cat!

Jacob said...

I would check at the local police station re: the various high schools! ;-)

Sounds like urban sprawl has overtaken your country as it has ours. Not a good thing, I'm convinced!