As seen in the above image, Klingons who end up on earth are generally the friendlier sort. Well, friendly as a race of alien warriors go, anyway. For example, the above Klingons aren’t shredding the human in the middle’s face off, so thus they’re probably peace ambassadors or something. Now, if they want to take a tour of the Jenolan Caves in Australia’s Blue Mountains outside of Sydney, they won’t need an interpreter. Jenolan Caves offers a self-guided tour in Klingon.
The Klingon tour is the work of two Klingon language scholars from the United States, who presumably translated an English tour. The caves have lent their name to the USS Jenolan, a ship on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Hence, the Klingon language guided tour. The caves also offer guided tour tapes in 10 other languages, but no other fictional Star Trek languages, like Bajoran or Romulan.
All this love for Star Trek, but once again, no love for Star Wars.
Image: Klingon ambassadors
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