My World Tour - Toilets Around the World!!!
Your crack reporters have been Johnny on the spot scouring the world for the breaking stories on toilets. We ask that anyone who has an interesting photo of a loo, will email us with the photo, which we will gladly give credit for.
Here are our latest and greatest updates from the top with India, Nepal, Tibet, and New Zealand.
|In Delhi, there has been a movement (pardon the pun) to get people to stop urinating on the sides of buildings, so outdoor urinals have been installed. Click here for the entire collection of India toilets including the International Toilet Museum!|
|Toilets of Tibet including exclusive shots at the Dalai Lama's Potala Palace|
Our first toilet photos feature the outdoor johns of Amsterdam. Check out the guy on the far right photo, he's just standing right in the street while a festival goes on. Those Dutch sure aren't shy. Meanwhile, Julia isn't quite used to the fine art of European living yet.
|typical squat toilet||Jordan|
|Here is a standard Turkish toilet with a built in bidet squirter (as opposed to the European separate bidet. Next photo is the Sultan's royal toilet from the palace. (and you thought royalty didn't do such things)|
Public Toilets with the charm of Turkey
|Roman toilets of Ephesus, Turkey with central heating piped in hot water thru pipes underneath the stone seats. The slaves were also required to have a seat ahead of time to warm up the thrown for the master.|
|Aswan, Egypt: this one is a hybrid of the Turkish toilet. It has the upside bowl squirter and the deluxe hand held nozzle for those really hard to reach areas.|
Safari, Maasai Mara Kenya
Ride towards lake Nakuru, Kenya. The funny thing is all of these signs are for the 1 bathroom.
on a train from Nairobi to Mombassa, Kenya. (choo in Swahili means toilet) choo choo train, get it
|A world class toilet photo right in the middle of the desert!!!! (Bjorn, thanks for the lovely presentation).|
|The sultan of Zanzibar had his private Persian style bath constructed in the countryside which he visited once a week while inspecting the spice crops. Julia demonstrates the fine art of outdoor squat toilets.|
|Dogubayzit, Far Eastern Turkey: (Boarder town to get to Iran). Ishak Pasa Sarayi (palace) has this space age phone booth toilet right outside the front gate of the palace (see photo on right).|
The Sultan of Zanzibar's portable Water Closet.
Bruce and Julia, World Travelers and Adventure Seekers Extraordinaire.
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