around the world – #1
Toilet Times in Peru
Toilet – well a hole in the floor. Floating Reed Islands off Copacabana, Peru. Local luxury travel experts would definitely warn you of all the accommodations that have such poor unhygienic utilities. Try avoiding such risks as your health is more important than any other sacrifice you have to make as you proceed with your family travel. As a parent of a single parent travels with a kid, I do not just care about my health but his health as well.
Toilet Times Paraguay
Note: The shower is OVER the toilet!
One of the worst places we ever stayed and I was told it was originally a jail but not sure if this is true but the rooms were so pokey it might well be. We left upon check-in (actually we ran away, but did pay the bill, and had a donkey and cart move our luggage). Asuncion, Paraguay.
Ice in the urinal (mixed bathroom) in Asuncion, Paraguay
Toilet Times Brazil
Campo Grande, Brazil is where we found this seaside toilet and toilets seemed to be used as pot plants as we spotted them in the streets.
These toilet pans were in the street at the front of a house. Saquarema, Brazil.
Sugar Loaf Mountain – Rio de Janeiro Time for a chat?
Toilet Times Bolivia
Not sure how the sideways cistern works, but the walls are made of salt – Salt Hotel Museum, Salt Flats, Bolivia
The Low Roll
Wondered why my son was so long in the loo – well this Santa Cruz, Bolivia toilet roll was 1 meter/yard away from the seat, but 6 inches above the ground.
Doesn’t even work for a short person??!!
Toilet Times Ecuador
My son comes back from the bathroom and tells me they ‘pecker soap’.
It was odd but effective. Quito, Ecuador.
In this toilet in Quito, Ecuador you get music TV clips, but no toilet paper.
Toilet Times – Colombia
These three toilets are in Casa de Barro – Casa Terracota Colombia
These bathrooms are at the Salt Mine Cathedral, Zipaquira, Colombia. The ceiling is salt rock. They are 180 meters underground, and more than 1 km walk inside the tunnels.
This Bano is in the street in Guatavita, Colombia. The steps are so steep and people can see in the little window. But I am grateful it existed that day 🙂
This toilet is in Bogota, Colombia. You need to anticipate prior to entry on the quantity of loo paper required.
Toilet Times Panama
The shared toilet
This bathroom is in Sona, Panama – have a good think about this! We got to share one toilet roll.
Also toilet paper goes in the bin – no flushing. I guess if men chat and go, why can’t women?
Can’t say I enjoyed using this toilet. It was at the roadside stop in Panama. The stink was pretty bad too.
Toilet Times The USA – Arizona
The Cowgirls get to use a gun as a handle going into these washrooms.
The Cowboys’ toilet in Grand Canyon. My son says it was showdown behind those doors? Alas, he has to use the ladies bathrooms if other men are in there.
Toilet Times Australia
I am not sure why people need a sign like this. Of all places, it was in Dandenong Australia when we went to visit Puffing Billy.