||First we have the Falling Rock sign. This is really something.
We have a textual warning mounted below an empty triangle.
Text is found in other countries too (e.g. Hawaii,
Australia) but either alone or accompanied by a drawing of rocks falling.
So this looks like the first find of a pictorial rock warning sign
without rocks (see our statistics.)
In past times a warning consisted of a see-through triangle with a caption describing the specific danger
(see f.e. Trinidad & Tobago, Mauritius).
The local road sign authority probably misunderstood this and simply put an empty triangle of the modern size.
Nowadays the reason is written inside the triangle, thus a larger size is needed.
Noticed that a serif typeface was used? Most roadsigns are set in sans-serif
typefaces (see U.S.A. and many other countries).
Second there is a bilingual warning sign
Levensgevaarlijke Hoogspanning - Peligro Morte Electricidad or mortal danger high tension.
The first part is in Dutch, but the second part is weird. It looks like Spanish or Portuguese both with typos.
It is probably Papiamento (a mixture of Portuguese,
African, Spanish, English and Dutch) the lingua franca on several islands of the group and together
with Dutch an official language since 2007.